Thursday, June 14, 2018 – Webinar Series
Title: ORSCC - Relationship System Coaching
Relationship Systems Coaching is different from individual coaching. A system is composed of many parts, yet the sum is greater than those parts. The parts are always in an interdependent relationship with other parts around a common goal or task. It is complex and self-regulating. Relationship systems have a natural drive toward evolution and/or resolution. For this reason the Relationship Systems Coach has one primary job: to reveal the system to itself. By helping the system to see itself — its strengths, its obstacles, its potential — the coach can create the ground conditions for the system to find its own answers.
This session will discuss Relationship Systems Coaching and how it can be used with teams, partnerships, couples and individuals. Together we will cover some tools and techniques to help you to reveal the system to itself with your coaching clients.
ICF Core Competencies – 1.5
- Provide an understanding of the foundational elements of Relationship Systems Coaching in order to work with clients from a systems perspective.
- Increase awareness of the impact of revealing the system to itself during coaching teams, partnerships, couples and individuals.
- Learn skills to apply Relationship Systems Coaching in your coaching practice.
Meet Floyd Carlson
Floyd Carlson, certified coach in Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) from CRR Global, helps teams, business partners and couples reenergize their relationships and support for each other. Carlson coaches Executives and individuals as part of his current position as the Director of Talent Management & Acquisition for Greenheck, a leading North American manufacturing company that designs and manufactures Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems.
Floyd has been leading teams for over 30 years, developing leadership skills in crises management, operations, strategy, information technology and leadership development. His sports and work experience has helped him to create and coach teams to overcome challenges and failure to deliver business innovation. He is the author of “Conscious Leadership in Action” ((Panoma Press, 2015).
Prior to joining Greenheck, Carlson spent 14 years in Belgium with Cisco, where he led several cross-cultural teams focused on solving customers’ most important business problems for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Carlson has 13 years’ experience in the US Army and was an Airborne, Ranger, Infantry Officer, who served in Germany, Operation Desert Storm, and Panama and commanded two companies in the 101st Airborne Division.