Change is inevitable, constant and necessary. The ability to navigate change is a hallmark of systemic health. This course provides a robust toolkit for increasing emotional resilience in the face of change. You’ll explore and map the role emotions play in human relationship systems. You’ll also learn how to help others establish their locus of control — a paradigm shift that enables us to embrace the idea of change, as a normal phenomenon and the key to systemic evolution.
Whenever teams and individuals grow and change, there will be new frontiers and edges to explore. Coaching groups and teams ‘at the edge’ is frustrating, scary, exhilarating, and highly necessary. In this course you will explore your own edges, and learn how to coach your clients over theirs.
During the course you’ll learn and practice seven key skills in creating change:
- How to use a coaching model based on Arnold Mindell’s Process Work.
- How to access and integrate systems intelligence from multiple channels (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, environmental etc.)
- How to leverage change management theory to create the ground conditions for team and organisational resilience.
- How to master coaching techniques for deepening and managing emotionally intense issues.
- How to identify and diminish highly negative conflict styles and team toxins.
- How to harness the power of Deep Democracy, which insists that all the voices of a system be heard and respected — even the unpopular ones.
- How to increase positivity within relationships through the application of ‘appreciation loops’ and ‘dream doors’.
Who would benefit from this training?
- Experienced coaches who want to develop a new market niche — coaching relationship systems in any industry.
- Personal, executive and organisational coaches who want to skill-up to be able to work with groups of clients.
- Allied professionals already engaged in working with groups, teams and partnerships.
- Mediators, lawyers, couples and family therapists.
- OD consultants.
- Anyone who relies on relationships to drive their business.
What to expect
- This course takes place over three consecutive days at a central London venue (usually Friday to Sunday), from 09.30 to 17.30. Course dates that fall on a Sunday run between 09:00 and 17:00.
- All training is led by ORSC Faculty members who have trained with CRR Global’s founders, Faith Fuller and Marita Fridjhon. Faculty members are highly qualified and experienced coach practitioners. They’ll share real-life examples of the successful application of ORSC tools and skills.
- We practice experiential learning, engaging a variety of teaching methods in our training delivery. Modules are hands-on and immersive, with a focus on participation and practical experience. There will be numerous opportunities for you to coach, as well as to receive feedback on your newly acquired relationship coaching skills.
- To further embed the learning, participants may be requested to arrange from within their own network an actual relationship to coach.
- We also encourage further reading and will happily provide a bibliography.
- At the end of the course you will be issued with a Certificate of Completion letter. By completing this course you’ll qualify for 18 Continuous Coach Education Units.