ORSC Canada Community of Practice

 Calling all Canadian ORSC practitioners to join our virtual community! In this shared space, we encourage you to explore, refine and lean into Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI) skills alongside your ORSC peers. These free, regularly scheduled online events are hosted by CRR Canada and open to anyone with ORSC training, including coaches, HR professionals, agilists, academics and change leaders. Together, we’ll explore how to collectively amplify RSI to create meaningful change in the world.

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

ORSC training is all about amplifying relationship. Our CRR Canada Community of Practice springboards from that focus and leans into the five RSI principles. We connect practitioners from across Canada as we play with and innovative 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.

About the Community

CRR Canada hosts free, regularly scheduled virtual meetings  allowing Canadian 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.

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

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




Kerry leads change for a world of change, by both holding and challenging leaders, organizations and social systems to amplify the powerful relationship that creates meaningful change. Weaving together innovations from the world of change leadership and relationship systems coaching, she coaches leaders and their teams to develop their collective leadership and change leadership capability. As CRR Global Faculty and Canadian Partner, Kerry trains and supervises leaders and professional coaches to develop coaching skills to create coaching cultures where people lead change together


Saralyn Hodgkin is a key ally to leaders and teams who are moving through transitions and complexity, who has been curating dynamic communities of practice for close to 15 years. She facilitates deeply engaging dialogues, provides systems coaching, and hosts strategic learning processes.



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

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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