For those still curious about ORSC™
An Elf Coaching | CRR APAC Initiative
We tend to immediately think of technology systems and business processes in organizations as sophisticated, complicated and complex operational challenges. Rarely do we realize that the relationship systems that exist in the human and team dynamics of the organization is, in fact, one of the most complex systems to navigate.
Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) pioneered by Marita Fridjhon and Faith Fuller is a practitioner’s toolkit aimed at being more skillful in navigating just that - Relationship Systems IntelligenceTM (RSI™). Some of the fundamental systemic insights and behaviors in Relationship Systems Intelligence™ include having crucial conversations, building powerful dialogue, and avoiding toxic communication styles.
Think of the new realities in your COVID-19 affected life and work today. What is the impact on you and your relationships? What does it mean to be in an all exclusive ‘virtual relationship’? How are you navigating the disruption without compromising the connections? What’s the most challenging relationship change you are facing? What are you learning about yourself in relationship in these uncertain times?
It’s not about me, it’s not about me and you. It’s about us.
Our coaching approach to teams and systems is informed by multiple relationships at play in every situation so as to arrive at greater empathy, social attunement and key drivers of collaboration and resilience.
We invite you to join us in exploring a different way of approaching leadership and team interactions.
In this virtual and interactive session, we will:
Understand what Relationship Systems Intelligence™ means and its importance in today’s world
Go deeper into one out of the 5 RSI™ Principles through peer learning
Explore a critical distinction of the listening skill unique to ORSC and navigating team dynamics
Share more about Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching and its impact
This live virtual session is brought to you by Elf Coaching – CRR Global Partner in APAC.
Can changing the way leaders talk actually improve organisational performance? Think of the organisational leaders you know and admire: how has their language shaped your own personal transformation? In this session, we look at ORS@Work as a Language of Leadership. Changing the language leaders speak not only contributes to leaders’ personal transformation; it can also provide life-changing learning for those around them. This is a feature of effective leadership.
Victor Nunez (CRR Global Faculty Leader) will explore this by discussing the Seven Languages for Transformation as outlined in the book How the Way We Talk Can Change the Way We Work: Seven Languages for Transformation by Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey.
Learn how ORS@Work tools and skills support the Language of Leadership by helping leaders enable the shift from:
The language of complaint to the language of commitment;
The language of blame to the language of personal responsibility;
The language of ‘New Year’s resolutions’ to the language of competing commitments;
The language of big assumptions that hold us to the language of assumptions that we hold;
The language of prizes and praising to the language of ongoing regard;
The language of rules and policies to the language of public agreement; and
The language of constructive criticism to the language of deconstructive criticism.
Join us in this 75-minute ORSCurious session as we explore these languages for transformation and how ORS@Work can help build, strengthen and empower your own Language of Leadership.