Relationship Matters

Relationship Matters

We believe Relationship Matters, from humanity to nature, to the larger whole.

Episodes

January 25, 2023 34 min

In this episode, Katie talks with Sunčica Getter and Marita Fridjhon about the power of reflective practice as a dynamic professional and personal growth resource. Across this conversation they discuss:

  • How reflective practice can help us to discover and deepen our strengths, cross edges, see beyond blind spots, and find wisdom in the challenges we face
  • The importance of resourcing ourselves and caring for our own well-being as coach...
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    In this podcast, Katie talks with CRR faculty member Mish Middelmann about the Relationship Sytems Intelligence at Work Program (RSI@Work). At the centre of the RSI@work program is Building Relationship Systems Intelligence in teams and organisations.  Across this conversation, Mish and Katie cover a range of topics including:

  • Who the RSI@Work program is for, its impact and the power of integrating the ORSC language with...
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    January 11, 2023 42 min

    In this episode, Katie talks with senior faculty member Maddie Weinreich about how we can bring more 'aliveness' to our most intimate relationships. This conversation introduces proven relationship skills and invites us to take a bird's-eye view of our partnerships. Themes across the episode include: 

  • How we can take a more conscious approach to how our partnerships evolve
  • Learning how to address common pitfalls which inh...
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    In this episode, CRR Global co-founder Faith Fuller and faculty member Janet Frood are back on the show talking about nature. Building on the idea of nature as an ally which was introduced in season 3, Janet and Faith explore nature flirts as a guru principle. Across the conversation they discuss:

  • The notion of a guru principle and how it can reveal your mind to you
  • Quantum flirts and how they can help us to be more aware and awake t...
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    In this episode, Katie Churchman is in conversation with Faith, co-founder of CRR Global, about some of the systems that have inspired the work that she does, with CRR Global and beyond. The conversation covers:

  • The meaning of influence
  • The impact of her childhood
  • Working as a psychologist
  • The impact of a brain injury
  • Buddhism, meditation and her spiritual background
  • Being diagnosed with cancer

  • Faith Fuller is co-founder and President of ...

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    December 14, 2022 44 min

    In this episode, Katie talks with co-founder of CRR Global, Martia Fridjhon, about systems inspired coaching. Across this episode we explore:

  • The value of bringing a systems inspired approach to coaching
  • How to step in with a systems inspired coaching approach when working with individuals
  • Using yourself- and your own system within- as a resource for coaching
  • Meeting the client where they are at

  • Marita Fridjhon is co-owner and CEO of CR...

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    Across 3 episodes in season 4, Katie talks with master coach Cynthia Loy Darst about the Inside Team: How To Turn Internal Conflict Into Clarity and Move Forward With Your Life. Based on ORSC concepts the Inside Team approach explores the collection of internal voices, parts, and beliefs that exist within us all and offers a framework for exploring these different parts of self so that we can explore our thought processes and bette...

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    Across 3 episodes in season 4, Katie talks with master coach Cynthia Loy Darst about the Inside Team: How To Turn Internal Conflict Into Clarity and Move Forward With Your Life. Based on ORSC concepts the Inside Team approach explores the collection of internal voices, parts, and beliefs that exist within us all and offers a framework for exploring these different parts of self so that we can explore our thought processes and bette...

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    Across 3 episodes in season 4, Katie talks with master coach Cynthia Loy Darst about the Inside Team: How To Turn Internal Conflict Into Clarity and Move Forward With Your Life. Based on ORSC concepts the Inside Team approach explores the collection of internal voices, parts, and beliefs that exist within us all and offers a framework for exploring these different parts of self so that we can explore our thought processes and bette...

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    November 16, 2022 41 min

    In this episode, Katie talks with CEO of CRR Global, Marita Fridjhon, about how we can use the ORSC principles with our families and also about some of the challenges this can inevitably bring up for even the most seasoned practitioner- hence the title: family is the final exam!


    Marita Fridjhon is a co-founder and CEO of CRR Global and mentor to an ever-growing community of practitioners in the field of Relationship Systems work. Sh...

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    November 9, 2022 37 min

    In this episode, Katie talks with co-coaches Kerry Woodcock and Sherry Matheson about their experiences and learnings after over 13 years of co-coaching together. Across the episode we explore: 

  • The value of co-coaching, what isn’t co-coaching
  • How to shift your attention from yourself as an individual to the power of your relationship
  • Finding alignment with a new co-coach
  • Developing psychological safety and trust when leading with some...
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    In this episode, Katie talks with CEO of CRR Global, Marita Fridjhon, about how to take the ORSC tools and skills outside of coaching sessions and into our everyday interactions.  Across the conversation we discuss:

  • How to make a difference in the places where we don’t coach
  • Bringing a different form of collective change through these small yet significant interactions
  • Small acts of kindness
  • The power of positivity
  • Bringing a coaching m...
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    October 26, 2022 35 min

    In this episode, Katie talks with one of the co-founders of CRR global, Faith Fuller, about Idiot Compassion. Idiot compassion is helping in unhelpful ways.  Helping someone perpetuate their neurosis or unskillfulness at the expense of others.  Or at the expense of a client's well-being.  This conversation covers:

  • The different situations that can bring out idiot compassion
  • Using Meet, Reveal Align and Act as a way of sharing a t...
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    Across 3 episodes in season 4, Katie talks with master coach Lori Shook about  Alchemy: The Art and Science of co-facilitation. Based on ORSC concepts the alchemy approach was designed to help pairs create magical co-deliveries, whether they be co-coaching, co-facilitating, or co-parenting! ​Magical co-facilitation, inspired participants, deep learning – these things don’t just happen. However, you can learn the tools and technique...

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    Across 3 episodes in season 4, Katie talks with master coach Lori Shook about  Alchemy: The Art and Science of co-facilitation. Based on ORSC concepts the alchemy approach was designed to help pairs create magical co-deliveries, whether they be co-coaching, co-facilitating, or co-parenting! ​Magical co-facilitation, inspired participants, deep learning – these things don’t just happen. However, you can learn the tools and technique...

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    October 5, 2022 28 min

    Across 3 episodes in season 4, Katie talks with master coach Lori Shook about  Alchemy: The Art and Science of co-facilitation. Based on ORSC concepts the alchemy approach was designed to help pairs create magical co-deliveries, whether they be co-coaching, co-facilitating, or co-parenting! ​Magical co-facilitation, inspired participants, deep learning – these things don’t just happen. However, you can learn the tools and technique...

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    In this episode, Katie Churchman is in conversation with Marita Fridjhon, co-owner and CEO of CRR Global, about some of the systems that have inspired the work that she does, with CRR Global and beyond. The conversation covers:

  • Growing up in South Africa during the Apartheid era
  • Working as a clinical social worker at the University of Cape Town
  • Her time in the Amazon during a cross-cultural research project investigating the impact of...
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    To kick-start a brand-new season of the Relationship Matters Podcast, Katie Churchman talks with Sandra Cain (Director of Curriculum and Senior Faculty at CRR Global) about some updates to the Organizational and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) curriculum. We’re living our own work and as a consequence, our materials, tools and understanding of systems keeps emerging. This conversation covers a range of updates to the ORSC curr...

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    In this collection of bonus episodes, we’re looking at the concept of Worldwork, which embraces the idea that we are continuously impacting the world, whether we are conscious of it or not. Whilst Worldwork can involve big acts of altruism and community spirit, it always starts with self. Across the course of these 5 bonus episodes, you will be hearing from Worldworkers from across the globe, who have all used ORSC tools in very di...

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    In this collection of bonus episodes, we’re looking at the concept of Worldwork, which embraces the idea that we are continuously impacting the world, whether we are conscious of it or not. Whilst Worldwork can involve big acts of altruism and community spirit, it always starts with self. Across the course of these 5 bonus episodes, you will be hearing from Worldworkers from across the globe, who have all used ORSC tools in very di...

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