Advanced Series module 2: Systems Geography
Here’s where we address so much of the pain that afflicts today’s world: we want to embrace diversity but seldom get the promised dividend. You walk away from this course with the tools and insights to really hold the challenges and liberate the opportunities that come from the differences and divisions that threaten to break businesses, communities and families apart.
You have to complete Advanced Module 1: Systems Intelligence before you can take the Geography course. Each module builds on the previous one in the ORSC series.
Time and effort:
Three full days of interactive learning, 9 am to 5 pm each day.
Flextime: At least an hour on the evenings of day 1 and 2 – deepening and applying the day’s learning.
Before the next course: continue applying your learning with teams and partnerships in the real world.
The Systems Geography module is intensely practical and you come away with some of the most popular and powerful ORSC tools used by practitioners globally
Your journey of personal and professional development continues: you have to “burn your wood” to be able to hold secure space for others to explore their differences with enough courage and safety. Your practical skills include:
Working with roles at multiple levels, from the functional “who does what” to the less tangible impact of “inner roles” from rebels to rescuers to fixers and more
Understanding and working constructively with the impact of the ghosts and past patterns that often bedevil our best efforts to move forward in business, family and society
The #1 favourite ORSC tool: Lands Work for a robust method of interrogating difference and negotiating common ground with empathy, depth and courage.