CRR Global Accredited Courses (ORSC™ – Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching)
Who is Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™) for?
- 34 years of Accredited Courses and is present in more than 30 countries
- 20 years of experience working with corporate and nonprofit organizations
- Is the first International Coaching Federation (ICF) Accredited course and one of the most successful, addressing group and team dynamics
What does ORSC™ help with?
- A common culture of clarity and support
- Understanding change and the impact it has
- Teams and individuals that are motivated to use their skills and talents
- Empowered decision making
- Creating a coaching culture within your organization and/or Family dynamic
- Building agility in times of uncertainty
- Authentic relationships that are more engaged, inspired and connected
In a Coaching Culture
- Curiosity builds bridges
- Conflict is a sign that something new is trying to happen
- Change is inevitable, so lead the charge
- Everyone is seen, heard and acknowledged
- Find alignment in how to agree to disagree
At CRR Global, a Coaching Culture is defined as one in which several critical benchmarks are met.
The following are listed in no particular order for it is assumed all are needed to create a sustainable coaching culture.
Everyone Is Right…Partially
It’s possible to hear all the voices in the system and recognize each holds a critical perspective for the system. Opinions aren’t “wrong” even if they’re unpopular. They’re just information.
People actively seek out diverse people, ideas, perspectives and experiences. They share control and trust others to deliver, even though they may operate very differently from themselves.
Conflict is recognized as a signal that something new is trying to happen. Embracing conflict is a strategy to manage change constructively. How we interact while change is happening is more important than the change itself.
Coaching cultures don’t tolerate or support toxic communication patterns and avoid blaming, defensiveness, stonewalling and contempt. Instead they promote openness, trust, vulnerability and curiosity.
Partners are co-responsible for each other’s success and failure and hold one another accountable. Accountability is the keystone to developing trust and delivering results.
There is a shared awareness that people respond to change differently and so unique perspectives are honored. Change is not feared, but welcomed, in part because the system has established protocols for managing change.
In a coaching culture there are well-defined and shared values that inspire positive actions. There is a shared optimism for the future. Members of the team or organization are clear about their roles and responsibilities and how they align with those values.
Everyone recognizes the value of sharing information. Having critical conversations creates a knowledge pool that benefits all the participants.
Fundamentals of ORSC™ and ORS@Work™ are now available in Greece & Cyprus
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