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ORSC Canada Community of Practice

Join us to collaborate on how we as systemic leaders might collectively amplify Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI™) to create meaningful change in the world.

Join our virtual community! In this shared space, we encourage you to explore, refine and lean into RSI skills alongside your Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™) peers. These free, regularly scheduled online events are hosted by CRR Canada and open to anyone with ORSC training, including coaches, HR professionals, Agile consultants, academics and change leaders. 

The practice of ORSC and RSI is all about amplifying relationship. Our ORSC Community of Practice springboards from that focus and leans into the five RSI principles. We connect practitioners in playing with and innovating from the ORSC skillset.

If you’ve completed one or more ORSC modules and want to join in our virtual network of practitioners, you are welcome here. This is our space to share ideas, network, and grow our practice of Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching.

Birds on a wire represent virtual meeting for ORSC Community of Practice

Welcome to our ORSC Community of Practice.

Meet us on the first Tuesday of the month (except January and August) for one hour of community and conversation as we explore all things ORSC.

Beginning in October, all meetings will include a demo of a chosen ORSC tool by a CRR Faculty Member, followed by a community discussion on how we can integrate and use the tool in our own coaching practices. Community members are encouraged to stay on Zoom for 30 minutes after the conclusion of the meeting to practice that month’s tool.

All members of our community are invited to attend as well as to co-lead sessions. If you have a concept you’d like to explore within this Community of Practice, please get in touch.

To save you time, signing up for one meeting will register you for the series. You’ll receive a reminder in advance of each meeting.

About the CRR Canada Community

CRR Canada hosts free, regularly scheduled virtual meetings allowing ORSCers to come together in community and dialogue. Members of our community lead each meeting, exploring a theme of interest and considering how RSI tools can enhance the conversation. Our network of practitioners get to know each other better while deepening their knowledge of the ORSC skillsets.

ORSC Community Calls in 2021

Smiling woman wearing glasses - Maddie Weinreich is an ORSC certified coach and CRR Global faculty member.

DECEMBER | Focus on Inner and Outer Roles

December 7, 2021
10 am Pacific | 11 am Mountain | 1 pm Eastern | 18:00 UTC

Lead | Maddie Weinreich

Discussion | This call focuses on Inner and Outer Roles, a tool which addresses role nausea and confusion and helps team members negotiate how to occupy necessary roles more skillfully.

About Maddie Weinreich, ORSCC | Maddie is at the forefront of the Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching movement, enhancing and nourishing healthy relationships worldwide as a leader, a coach, and a trainer. She works with organizations, teams, family businesses, couples, and leaders who want to work better together by building strong cohesive relationships. As a senior faculty member of CRR Global, Maddie trains coaches and leaders across the globe, using the ORSC tools, skills, competencies, and concepts to help systems move forward.

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Save the Date in 2022

 February 1, 2022 • March 1, 2022 
10 am Pacific | 11 am Mountain | 1 pm Eastern | 18:00 UTC

 April 5, 2022 • May 3, 2022 • June 7, 2022 • July 5, 2022

10 am Pacific | 11 am Mountain | 1 pm Eastern | 17:00 UTC


About the ORSC Community of Practice Co-Holders


Dr. Cynthia Chan became a coach in 2018 and recently completed Systems Intelligence in June 2021. In addition to her coaching business, she has been a practicing chiropractor for over 20 years and co-owns a multi-disciplinary clinic in downtown Toronto. Cynthia is excited about CRR Canada’s new Demo-Based Community Practice and is looking forward to hosting the fall sessions.



Jela Begonja Kovacevic has a passion for developing people, transforming relationships and helping people uncover their purpose so they can live their best lives. In addition to her ORSC training, Jela is certified in CoActive Coaching and Positive Intelligence and is completing CRR Global’s ORSC certification program. Jela is looking forward to co-leading the fall sessions for CRR Canada’s newly created Demo-Based Community Practice and co-creating with other ORSC practitioners.


Circle of people on a beach represents connecting with CRR Canada community members.

Previous ORSC Community of Practice Meetings

November 2021 | Focus on Alignment 

November 2, 2021
10 am Pacific | 11 am Mountain | 1 pm Eastern | 17:00 UTC

Lead | Floyd Carlson

Discussion | This call focuses on Alignment, a tool introduced in both of the foundational ORSC courses which helps to explore toxins and conflict within a system. 

October 2021

Topic | Focus on Deep Democracy

October 5, 2021

Co-Leads | Kerry Woodcock and Fernando Lopez

Discussion | This call is about Deep Democracy, a tool introduced in ORSC Intelligence which supports hearing all of the voices, including those which are marginalized or unpopular. Deep Democracy helps us to consider alternate perspectives.

September 2021

Topic | Revisiting the Five Principles of Relationship Systems Intelligence

September 7, 2021

Lead | Kerry Woodcock

Discussion | This call is all about the Five Principles which replaced the original four cornerstones of Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™). Come and meet these for the first, second or 50th time and explore your relationship with each one – along with that of our own Canadian Community of Practice system.

May 2021

Topic | Nature-Informed Coaching

May 19, 2021 • 2 PM – 3:15 PM Mountain

Discussion | Janet Frood, Founder of Horizon Leadership Institute and Faculty Member with CRR Global, shares how she is fusing nature connection experiences with leadership and team coaching.

April 2021

Topic | Exploring the ICF Team Coaching Competencies as an ORSC Practitioner

April 14, 2021 • 1 PM – 2:15 PM Mountain

Discussion | Join Sherry Matheson and Kerry Woodcock to discuss how the new team coaching competencies align with your work as an ORSC practitioner.

March 2021

Topic | Bringing RSI Alive in Client-Relevant Language

March 10, 2021 • 10 AM – 11:15 AM Mountain

Discussion | As an ORSC practitioner or RSI worker, how do you speak the language of RSI? What resonates for your clients?

December 2020

Topic | The Epic Tale of 2020

Co-led by Kerry Woodcock & Saralyn Hodgkin

Discussion | Reflect on the Epic Tale of 2020 and the implications on Relationship Systems Coaching for 2021!

November 2020

Topic | RSI & Culture 3

Co-led by Cynthia Chan & Susan Liu

Discussion | How can your culture better support you when leading with Relationship Systems Intelligence?

October  2020

Topic | RSI & Culture 2

Co-led by Cynthia Chan & Susan Liu

Discussion |We continue the collaborative dialogue around RSI and culture by taking a deeper dive into specific RSI principles and how we respond to them through our own cultural lens.

August 2020

Topic | RSI & Culture 1

Co-led by Cynthia Chan & Kerry Woodcock with Susan Liu 

Discussion | Kerry, community member Cynthia Chan and special guest Susan Liu host a collaborative discussion around Relationship Systems Intelligence and culture.

June 2020

Topic | Inspire & Connect

Co-led by Kerry Woodcock & Saralyn Hodgkin

Discussion| Growing the vision outlined by our ORSC Canada community in our first meeting.

March 2020

Topic | Amplifying Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI)

Co-led by Kerry Woodcock & Saralyn Hodgkin

Discussion| Join ORSC Canada Community of Practice (CoP) Holders Saralyn Hodgkin and Kerry Woodcock in collaborative dialogue to explore the high dream for our community.

Want to get in touch?

If you are interested in exploring the possibility of working together, give us a shout and we will connect with you.

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