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Discover why cutting-edge leaders, Agile coaches, human resources consultants and organizational development specialists are bringing Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI™) skillsets into their organizations.

RSI @Work In-House Training introduces a time-tested systems approach to working with teams and organizations.

Change is inevitable, constant, and necessary. Being able to ability to navigate change is a mark of organizational health. RSI@Work provides a robust toolkit for leaders to increase emotional resilience and agility in the face of change.

This is an in-house version of CRR Global’s introduction to Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC™) skillset. Participants build on the concepts of Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence to develop Relationship Systems Intelligence (RSI™) – an awareness of what is needed by and emerging from the system itself.

RSI@Work provides tools for communication, decision-making, conflict resolution, inspiring and motivating and improving alignment and trust. 


In this course, participants practice using team coaching tools in highly customized workplace scenarios. Leaders appreciate that these tools can be immediately applied upon return to the everyday work environment.

To understand more about RSI@WORK™ please see RSI@WORK – Transforming Leadership.

Relationship systems coaching develops an entirely different way of thinking about how organizations function, and uses powerful relationship as the conduit for change.

What’s in this program?

Use a systems-inspired approach to align on mutual goals
Leverage Relationship Systems Intelligence to unlock the potential in your team
Shift the paradigm on the way systems function
Navigate conflict with intention and skill
Gain a set of coaching tools for improved communication and decision-making, conflict resolution, and inspiring trust.
Understand and remedy common toxins which can poison team relationships

Kerry Woodcock, PhD., PCC, ORSCC, explains how Relationship Systems Intelligence builds on the concepts of Emotional and Social Intelligence. Kerry is an experienced coach practitioner licensed to provide RSI@Work training. Assistant coaches are also trained or certified in Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching.


The two-day course includes:

  • One virtual 90-minute cohort orientation conversation, exploring current strengths and challenges in leading change and setting learning intentions for the course. This usually takes place about three weeks ahead of the training.

  • Two in-person or virtual 90-minute cohort follow up sessions to support the application of learning in the workplace. The first session takes place a month after the two-day training, and the second session a month after that. 


  • Participants are expected to complete pre and post-work, as well as provide evaluations at the end of the two days and follow-up sessions.
  • Leaders are expected to communicate with their teams about the training.
  • Training will be cancelled if the minimum requirement of 10 participants is not met.
  • While catering is not included, clients may choose to include it.
  • Maximum 24 participants per cohort. Participants will be required to register for and attend the full two days.


As this package is custom-tailored according to the needs of the individual client, please contact us directly to discuss the options.


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