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Relationship Systems Intelligence™

Relationship Systems Intelligence™ (RSI) is an advanced and courageous way of approaching leadership and team interactions. The development of RSI within a team or organizational system accelerates collaboration and supports the creative thinking needed to face the challenges of this millennium. In the same way that Emotional Intelligence equips individuals to master their internal life, and Social Intelligence engenders empathy, RSI enables leaders and teams to tap into the true potential of human beings’ collective intelligence and creative powers.

Creating Coaching Cultures

We coach teams and we train teams how to coach themselves. Download this free Guide to Creating Systems Inspired Coaching Cultures and put your organization on the right path today.


Team Coaching

The beauty of Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching is that it supports both small and large-scale coaching engagements: entire departments, divisions, even organizations can benefit from real-time interventions around culture, leadership, change and conflict management.

High Conflict Teams: The Zebra Phenomenon

Have you ever worked with a team that attacked each other? That communicated through snarky comments, blame and scapegoating? Learn how to recognize The Zebra Phenomenon and learn techniques for unfolding and working with those dynamics. Marita provides a refresher on the COIN handout and when to use it to its greatest effect.



Team Coaching ROI: cohesion, resilience and clarity as measures of success

Organizations seeking to justify the investment in team coaching have relied upon employee and customer satisfaction surveys, productivity and retention metrics, and anecdotal evidence. However, the greatest breakthroughs from coaching often elude measurement, and if one were required to assign a price tag, each would be deemed “priceless.”



Ghost roles: Who's haunting you?

In Relationship Systems work, we often talk about ghost Roles, by which we mean people who are no longer physically present, but who nonetheless are still ‘haunting’ the system. They can be friendly ghosts (a beloved former CEO) or troublemakers (the accountant who was fired for embezzling).