ORSC Ecosystem of World Workers
Learning about systems through ORSC is one thing.
Experiencing the impact of ORSC in the real world is another.
With more than 1,000 ORSC Certified and over 10,000 ORSC Practitioners globally, we consider ourselves World Workers and change agents as we believe in impacting the world through ORSC, one system at a time.
In fact, as part of the eight-month long ORSC Certification journey, practitioners are tasked with applying the ORSC tools to a project of their choice. The scope can be as large or small as they like: change a family, change a company, or change the way an entire country communicates.
Here are just a few of the World Work Projects:
VOICES OF EGYPT:
A COMMUNICATION EXPERIMENT
This World Work Project came to be a few months after the revolution in Egypt began in 2011. Rather than focusing on the individual voices, this ORSC student took a systems-perspective and asked, “What does Egypt want to have happen?” The conversations that unfolded are remarkable.
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DOES YOUR SCHOOL HAVE CORE VALUES?
Sandi Herrera created a roadmap for bringing ORSC to our public school system. Her plan involves bringing together all members of the school system: teachers, students, administration, parents, and the curriculum. Her unique roadmap culminates with the school community being conscious about their culture and consistently listening, learning, and improving.
BRINGING RESPECT AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO IMMIGRANT LABOR
Sam Preston wanted to give value and acceptance to domestic laborers in the UAE, often immigrant workers, and encourage management/ employers to demonstrate accountability, ownership, and responsibility. What began as a focused two-month long project quickly grew into a coaching engagement without an end date.
TEAM COACHING WITH NON-PROFITS:
A CASE STUDY
Peggy Brown approached the World Work Project as an opportunity to harvest and share her learning as a systems coach by reviewing a specific client engagement: what approach she took as a coach, the impact on the client, and what she learned. She created this case study as her final project which highlights lessons learned from a five-month coaching engagement with a small team of leaders in a not-for-profit organization.
Resources credit: CRR Global
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Beyond World Work projects (through ORSC™ Certification), we at CRR APAC believe that our community is as important as the work that we do.