Do you want to expand your coaching skills? Would you like to know more about the Organisation & Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) methodology which combines ‘systems thinking’ with coaching? Do you consider to become an ORSC practitioner?
Join our free event to learn more about the Organisation & Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) program.
By becoming an ORSC practitioner, you will become aware of your own impact on the bigger picture and be able to consciously design your relationships. You will learn an invaluable set of tools to coach others to do the same.
At the ORSC information event you will:
- Witness a live demonstration of Organisation & Relation Systems Coaching
- Experience some of the tools used in our training program
- Meet an experienced ORSC practioner
- Have the opportunity to be coached by a faculty member of CRR Global
- Learn more about Relationship Intelligence, System Geography and Relationship Path
During the event you will explore the Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching™ methodology (ORSC™). A groundbreaking model for coaching relationship systems in organizations, groups, teams, partnerships and couples. The breakthrough paradigm shift in ORSC (ICF accredited) is holding the relationship as the client, rather than each individual involved in the system. This subtle shift has a profound impact on your coaching.
The event is free to all, but space is limited. Invite a guest to experience the evening with you.
- 18.00 hrs. Doors open
- 18.15 hrs. Start of the free event
- 20.30 hrs. Drinks & networking
- 21.00 hrs. End of the event
You have coaching experience and would like to expand your coaching skills. This free event is also very suitable if you are a team leader, internal or external coach, therapist, organization development professional or HR consultant. Or when you work in an organisation which aspires to build better relationships and have a greater impact in the world.
Increase your insights in relationship systems and learn how to coach them.
- New dates and locations will follow soon
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