ORSC Advanced Team Coach Training Series
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The first systems-based ICF Accredited team coach training program (ACTP) in the world is available in South Africa in world-class quality - in Johannesburg, and where demand is sufficient, in Cape Town. The series of four advanced level courses, supported by a powerful learning and business development service package, equips coaches consultants and visionary leaders with extraordinary skills in Organisation and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSCTM ).actp-cl-s

Together with the pre-requisite ORS@Work or ORSC Fundamentals, the series of modules sets coaches up for either the advanced ORSC Certification series available globally, or a direct ICF ACSTH-based accreditation. At the end of the series you have more than enough ICF Accredited Coach Specific Training Hours (ACSTH) to apply for your ACC credential. We also offer optional mentor-coaching to help you complete all ICF credential requirements.

The 2018-9 Advanced Series was completed in Cape Town in February. Next dates likely in 2020 in Johannesburg. Register online now or download series outline.

Intelligence - a roadmap for change

This 3-day interactive course provides a robust toolkit for increasing emotional resilience in 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.

As long as teams and individuals grow and change, there will always be new frontiers and edges to explore. Coaching teams and partnerships at the edge is frustrating, scary, exhilarating and highly necessary. In this course you will explore your own edges and learn how to coach and lead clients and teams over their edges.

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Geography - roles and structure

Geography is the second course in the ORSC Training Series, and builds upon the theories and MetaSkills brought forth in the Fundamentals and Intelligence courses. It is, so to speak, where the rubber meets the road. When we start to develop relationships, at work or in our families, we create semi-permanent structures. Geography explores how to recognise and nurture those structures.

Through Lands Work, participants learn to lead and hold a simple and elegant process for developing awareness of the diversity within a human system, and to proactively create from these differences, while flexing empathic abilities.

The course also develops a deep and practical understanding of roles and their impact on our performance, behaviour and relationships. Often people become identified with the job they are doing and can get stuck in over-identifying with their role, whether that job be a physical task they are performing (an “outer role” like a CEO or Teacher) or an emotional job for which they feel responsible (an “inner role” like being the peacemaker, or the one who speaks up about things). This course examines the distinction between the person and those many roles that can be occupied consciously, intentionally and skillfully.

De-personalizing the roles that exist in a system opens up new possibilities for how those roles interact. When issues arise for your clients or in your organisation, you’ll be equipped to help partners, teams and key individuals look at a role that needs to be occupied differently, and move beyond blame, guilt and personal failure.

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Path - vision and potential

Relationships are inherently generative-they produce something the moment two or more people get together. What is created may be feelings or stories or team action plans or ideas. It could be something as mundane as a task list or as profound as the founding of a new company or starting a family.

In this course you will focus on partnerships as a creative force, and examine sophisticated concepts like the Path of Relationship, Quantum Physics and Dreams while exploring how to create a shared vision and a strategic plan for achieving that vision.

Particular skill sets developed on this course include Conflict Management and the use of "Relationship Myths," a powerful method for uncovering the "why we got together in the first place" of a team, partnership or organisation as well as dealing positively with the crises that emerge as differences emerge.

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Systems Coaching Integration - Moving Toward Mastery

This is the final course in the ICF-Accredited ORSC™ curriculum. This three-day advanced course provides a learning space where you can deepen and hone the skills of Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching™.

This course integrates the dimensions of Intelligence, Geography, and Path through hands-on practice, group supervision, a deepened understanding of the underpinning of the model and practice, practice, practice. It also brings the metaskills associated with WorldWork, including Non-Attachment, Meta Views, Crazy Wisdom Service and Deep Democracy into practical application, and teaches more practical tools for team and group coaching.

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Series available In-house | Next public dates TBC

  • The full series comprises, in addition to the ORS@Work or ORSC Fundamentals course, the following modules, which must be completed in the order listed as each coure builds on its predecessors:
  • Intelligence: a Roadmap for ChangeRegister Here
  • Geography: Roles & Structure
  • Path: Vision & Potential
  • Systems Integration: Moving toward Mastery

Terms and conditions apply to the discounts. ORSCTM is an International Coach Federation Accredited Coach Training Program.


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