CRR Global Accredited Courses (ORSC™)

Resilience • Teams • Communication • Relationship

CRR Global

  • 34 years of Accredited Courses
  • Founded in 1996  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
  • CRR Faculty, based globally, ensure high-quality standards in training delivery
  • Multiple areas of application expertise; from change management to leadership development, employee engagement to team effectiveness.

Fundamentals of ORSC™ and ORS@Work™ are now available in Greece & Cyprus

Who is Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™)for?

  • For Managers who lead a Corporate team
  • For Educators who inspire Students
  • For Professional Coaches who motivate clients

What does ORSC™ help with?

Resilience • Teams • Communication • Relationship

  • Understanding change and the impact it has
  • Nurturing agility in times of uncertainty
  • Authentic relationships that are more engaged, inspired and connected
  • Teams that are motivated to use their skills and talents
  • A common culture of clarity and support
  • Empowered decision making
  • Creating a coaching culture within your organization

In a Coaching Culture…

  • Curiosity builds bridges
  • Conflict is a sign that something new is trying to happen
  • An intelligent team is a productive team
  • Change is inevitable, so lead the charge
  • “Leader” is a role that is shared in the system

Coaching Culture Benchmarks

At CRR Global, a Coaching Culture is defined as one in which nine 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

In a coaching culture, 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.

Celebrate Diversity

In a coaching culture, 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.

Embrace Conflict

In a coaching culture, 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.

Share Power

In a coaching culture, information, resources, decision making and credit are shared. Leaders are careful not to “pull rank.” Mentoring and coaching is leveraged to increase individual capacity thus improving the collective capacity of the system.

Communicate Effectively

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.

Share Responsibility

In a coaching culture, 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.

Embrace Change

In a coaching culture, 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.

Seek Clarity

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.

Share Knowledge

In a coaching culture, everyone recognizes the value of sharing information. Having critical conversations creates a knowledge pool that benefits all the participants.

Solid Foundations and a Time-Tested Approach

CRR Global is an ICF accredited coach training school. They are highly experienced and know how to train others to use coaching skills whether they’re professional coaches or managers seeking a better way to work with their colleagues.

Our Coaching Culture curriculum is based on Systems Theory, Process Work, OD Theory, Family Systems Therapy, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Quantum Physics, Co-Active CoachingTM, and Taoism. At its core is the study of Relationship Systems Intelligence.

Relationship Systems Intelligence™ (RSI) is the ability to identify with and collaborate with groups, teams, communities and other social systems. Relationship Systems.

Intelligence is a key component of a Coaching Culture, and every one of our workshops and coaching engagements focuses in some way on increasing the level of Relationship Systems Intelligence in the Team and in every member of the Team.
*Some content sourced by CRR Global.

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