15 Sep I am taking a relationship systems coaching course this weekend —
— called Fundamentals: an Introduction to Relationship Systems Coaching: “The two-day Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching Fundamentals course explores a ground breaking model for coaching teams, families, couples, and organizations. Whether your practice area is personal coaching, family therapy or business coaching, the ORSC model will change the way you work.”
As part of this course, I need to coach a couple or pair over the phone, in person or SKYPE on this Saturday night, the 20th of September. This pair could be: two siblings, friends, an intimate couple, business partners or colleagues; as long as you have an existing relationship. I’ll be using the skills I learn in the course Saturday and taking my experience back to the second day of training Sunday as part of my learning.
I figured I’d crowdsource this request and see what turned up. Please message me (louis@Louisalloro.com) or in the comments below if you’re interested. The session will last only 45 minutes and would be sometime around 7 pm EST. There will be no cost to you.
Why am I taking this course? I am craving learning and decided to spend this next season following my intuition, so that I can be a better teacher and facilitator in my life and work. (Read my philosophy of education I wrote in 2000.) I’m so looking forward to being a student in the relationship systems course this week. I have chosen this particular course because what I’m finding over and over in my life and in my work: it’s all about healing relationships–with ourselves, with others, with the world. (Plus, my dear friend, Eleanor Chin, has been advising me to do so for years and she’s wise.)
So, if you’d like to volunteer a part of your Saturday night to the name of science–my science which also requires creative art, then ping me soon. And thank you for your loving support of me as I transition to Philadelphia and this new season of my life- as I continue to grow in better service to myself, each other, and the world.
Ps. Another exciting initiative I have going this fall is the Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP) program launching in Philadelphia, where I will be teaching. (We’ve been running the program out of NYC for the past two years with nearly 100 graduates!)