Leverage the collective intelligence of your Agile team.
Most Agile frameworks bring individuals together as a team to deliver products or services while quickly adapting to the needs of their customers. CRR Global’s Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™) methodology enables teams to tap into the full potential of Relationship Systems Intelligence.
In a recent survey of Agile coaches, over half express interest in pursuing professional coaching development.ORSC, the trailblazing systems coaching approach created by CRR Global, is a top choice amongst survey participants.
ORSC helps teams to see themselves and the larger organization from a bird’s-eye perspective, so that they can work with emerging patterns and evolve their processes and practices in an intelligent, integrated manner.
Agile consultants are twice as likely to pursue ORSC training compared to any other ICF coaching program.
Over 20,000 practitioners around the globe now use ORSC to develop strong relationship.
Agile coaching blends coaching, mentoring, teaching and facilitation with skills from technical, business and transformational domains to empower self-directed teams.
The example below shows how one Agile practitioner’s skillset might integrate different approaches to facilitate change.
The ORSC coaching model focuses on leveraging Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI™) to support the team in recognizing its voice, hearing the value in different perspectives held by team members, and working with what is emerging within and around the team.
As teams incorporate ORSC skills into their way of operating, they begin to draw on collective intelligence to find their own creative solutions.
What does ORSC add to Agile?
Training in Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching involves completing a series of five courses, which can be followed by certification. Those planning to use these skills in a business context often begin with ORS@Work, our business-focused foundational course.
As ORSC is an advanced program, participants entering the series should have a basic understanding of coaching principles. If a coaching approach to leadership is new to you, we recommend first completing an ICF course focused on the core coaching competencies.
The ORSC program helps to progress your ICF credentialing journey.
All CCE units in the ORSC program are Core Competency credits.
Introduction to Systems Inspired Coaching
CRR Global has just launched an entry level course designed specifically for Agile coaches and Organizational leaders who want a deeper understanding of Systems Coaching and are looking to improve their ability to work within organizational systems.
With meaningful collaboration at its core, Systems Inspired Leadership inspires everyone to learn new ways of being, taking action, and developing conscious, intentional relationships, resulting in improved job engagement, a greater sense of belonging, and personal growth. Take the opportunity to make significant positive change and adopt a new collaborative and collective leadership model.
Which training option suits you best?
CRR Global USA provides two ways of incorporating ORSC with Agile.
I would highly recommend ORSC training from CRR Global. I would say it’s been one of my best decisions. However, I believe you need some coaching education and experiences before you sign up. For that background, I would recommend you start with Agile Coaching Teams and Agile Facilitation classes – both classes are from the Agile Coaching Institute. And then go on with ORSC – which I would recommend to all Scrum Masters who want to move their role to the next level and focus more on the organization and systems than individual Agile practices. And the same is true for Agile Coaches because without this training, you are not a true Agile Coach.