ORSC Intelligence: a Roadmap for Change
Change is inevitable, constant, and necessary, and the ability to navigate change is a hallmark of systemic health. In this three-day course, you will explore and map the role emotions play in human relationship systems and learn how to help others establish a “locus of control.” This paradigm shift will enable them to embrace the idea that change is a normal phenomenon--the key to systemic evolution.
This course provides a robust toolkit for increasing emotional resilience in the the face of change. You’ll also learn a skillset that supports clients in dealing with difficult circumstances with dignity and wisdom, moving from Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence to Relationship Systems Intelligence.
The Edge is the line between the known and the unknown—it is at the limit of what we know about ourselves. Any time you try a new behavior or idea or perspective, you are crossing an Edge.
As long as teams and individuals grow and change, there will always be new frontier 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 edges, and learn how to coach your clients over their edges.
Some examples of the edges your clients might face include:
- A shy person who has to make presentations to large groups as a requirement of her new job.
- A company who must downsize or close the doors.
- A family facing a bankruptcy or foreclosure.
“As a Marriage Family Therapist and Collaboration Consultant, my primary focus and training has been around helping clients overcome fears and homeostatic forces so they could grow, change, and expand their capacities and relationships.
After taking the Intelligence course, I was amazed to discover perhaps the most powerful and profound model yet, Edges. The tools and processes have enabled me to help me and my clients cross edges into significantly greater ranges and depths of being and doing.”
|Length||3 Full Consecutive Days|
Learn the 7 Keys to Creating Change
By practicing these skills in the Intelligence course, you will acquire greater fluidity and agility in your coaching approach, and be equipped to set the ground conditions for change.
Internalize an entirely new model for coaching organizations, teams, couples and individuals based on Arnold Mindell’s Process Work.
Access and integrate systems intelligence from multiple channels (visual, auditory, proprioceptive, kinesthetic, relational, environmental) in order to successfully manage change.
Leverage change management theory to create the ground conditions for team and organizational resilience.
Master coaching techniques for deepening and managing emotionally intense issues in both organizational and intimate relationships.
Identify and diminish highly negative conflict styles and team toxins.
Discover the power of Deep Democracy with, and for, your clients, which insists that all the voices of a system be heard and honored -- even the unpopular ones, because only then will the system be ready for change.
Increase positivity within business, non-profit and personal relationships through the application of appreciation loops and dream doors.