ORSC Program



ORSC (Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching) focuses on working with client relationships to move from “Who does what to whom?” to “what is occurring in this system now?” .
Because the whole systems is more than just a collection of parts, they hold great potential and have the power to find answers and evolve while revealing itself.

For this reason, ORSC encourages relationship systems to become aware of their own strengths, challenges and potential and supports systems in finding and nurturing their own Right Relationships.
In this context, Right Relationship means the ability to consciously and intentionally create and maintain relationships. By doing so, each relationship system can be consciously aware of what is happening and intentionally take an action while choosing how to react to the situation. This allows the relationship system to demonstrate its full potential and continue to evolve and develop into what it really is.

A core concept of the ORSC programs is "RSI®︎: Relationship Systems Intelligence™".
RSI is the intelligence to understand, express, and relate to individual experiences (and the experiences of others) as systems experiences. It is present in all relationships: RSI® exists, almost as a living being, in a group or team (a system) where the ability to express feelings and emotions based on individual experiences and thoughts (EQ: emotional intelligence, relationship with oneself) and the ability to understand the position and experiences of the other person or people as well as feelings and emotions associated with them (SI: social intelligence, relationship with others) intersect in a web of mutual influence.

What you can get from RSI®

RSI is a way for individual leadership to come into play, creating interaction within and outside the team, and ultimately creating leadership for the whole system. Developing RSI within a team or organization accelerates collaboration and supports the creative thinking needed to face current challenges.
The basic idea behind RSI is a re-orientation of focus from individual perspectives and feelings to the whole system. This re-orientation enables us to move beyond personal concerns, and organizational and leadership conflicts within the organization, to transform into a positive, creative group and develop a new identity for the team.
By fostering a team identity, you will gain the resilience and adaptability needed to navigate the ever-changing challenges your organization faces. You will also be able to handle the diversity within your team, as you will be able to see every voice as a "voice of the system" rather than just the voice of an individual.

*Please note that all programs
are currently provided
only in Japanese.

The ORSC Program consists of the Fundamentals of ORSC and four ORSC Series courses, followed by the Certification Program.
Every student begins their ORSC learning journey into the series by taking the Fundamentals. Once students have completed the Fundamentals, they can move on to the rest of the ORSC Series in the specific order (Relationship Systems Intelligence → Systems Geography → Relationship Path → Systems Integration), as each course builds upon the previous one.

Students must have completed the ORSC Series courses prior to participating in the Certification Program.
The Alchemy Course is open to students who have not yet completed the ORSC Program.

The ORSC Program is a training program that enables you to practice and make use of ORSC (Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching) on your own.

This program provides the knowledge, skills and coaching approach required to work as a systems coach for any type of relationships, from business teams and partnerships, to organizations and local communities and more intimate relationships such as those between couples and families.

The ORSC Program consists of hands-on workshops in the Fundamentals of ORSC and four ORSC Series courses, followed by the Certification Program.
After understanding the theoretical background, participants learn more than 40 ORSC tools and skills through practical exercises such as role play and group work.

Our experiential learning approach is not only promoting understanding but also developing the ability to put learning into action by sharing case studies and methods for practical use from our faculty members with a wealth of practical experiences.

Single course prices

Course name Length Price (incl. tax)
Fundamentals of ORSC Length:2 days Price (incl. tax):110,000 yen
ORSC Series Relationship Systems
Length:3 days Price (incl. tax):198,000 yen
Systems Geography Length:3 days Price (incl. tax):198,000 yen
Relationship Path Length:3 days Price (incl. tax):198,000 yen
Systems Integration Length:3 days Price (incl. tax):198,000 yen
Certification Program 9 months Price (incl. tax):1,265,000 yen
Alchemy Course Length:3 days Price (incl. tax):250,000 yen

* Some discount rates are available. Click here details.

Package application prices

Course name Summary Price (incl. tax)
Fundamentals to
ORSC Series
Package Course
Available when applying for the Fundamentals of ORSC and four ORSC Series courses as a package. 811,800 yen
ORSC Series
Package Course
Available when applying for the four ORSC Series courses as a package. 712,800 yen

* For package application discounts to apply, course fees must be paid 35 days before the course.

01New account registration
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02Course application
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03Course fee payment confirmation
If you need to pay by bank transfer, please transfer the course fees to the designated bank account within the deadline. You will receive an email after the payment is confirmed.
04Detailed Information
You will receive an email regarding details such as the venue about one month before the course starts. We look forward to welcoming you on the day of the course.

Students participate in the ORSC Program with a variety of purposes such as developing as a professional coach, resolving issues within their organizations or teams, or realizing their own vision. Here are some voices from our graduates about what they would like to achieve through systems coaching.


Create the world
where children
are not sold.

Keisuke Motoki



About Kamonohashi Project

Together with ORSC
Aiming at solving social issues.

In 2002, when I was a student, I founded Kamonohashi Project, a non-profit organization, with my friends. The mission is to create a society where children are not sold. I have been struggling, thinking, and acting on how I could achieve that for that purpose in Japan, Cambodia, and India for 18 years. In Cambodia, since around 2010, the number of cases where children are sold to brothels has dramatically reduced. I was convinced that society has the power to change itself and continues to change. In addition, I understood that for that purpose, it is important for stakeholders such as administration, courts, lawyers, victims and survivors, schools, and companies to form a system as an ecosystem and to become generous. However, I still did not understand how I could foster a society or a system. At the same time, while working, there were many issues within the organization. In the name of “promoting problem solving,” I myself often refuted and hurt the staff. I myself was hurting people while I was speaking and acting about a large society. Just remembering it makes me break out in a cold sweat.

At that time, I came across a systematic approach including ORSC. I thought that what is happening in an organization or in oneself is a fractal (similar figure) of what is happening in society, and we proceeded with our business by incorporating various ideas and the technologies centered on ORSC. To be honest, I see ORSC itself as still incomplete. Because humans and society are very complicated. However, through ORSC, I gradually became able to foster a system (self, team, and society) with intention while dealing with relationships that are invisible. In that sense, I have no doubt that ORSC will be helpful for those who are trying to live with people, organizations, and society.


Graphic Facilitation

Natsuko Yamada



Systems Coach, Graphic Facilitator
CEO of Shigoto Soken, Inc.
Representative Director of Japan Graphic Facilitation Association

※ Shigoto Soken, Inc.
※ Japan Graphic Facilitation Association

Inviting emotions, sensations
and sensibilities to work

My parents got divorced when I was little. I believe that was something that led to what were to become my strong interest and desires in the relationships that form between people.
Part of my professional mission is to go to enterprise organizations as a systems coach and assist improving the relationships in and between their systems. However, unless the people, the constituent members of the organization, commit to facing what’s in front of them – the current state of their relationships – then the team can never operate well autonomously.

Graphic facilitation gives shape and color to the intangibles, the emotions of the participants, the mood in the room, etc., and helps people to become fully aware of the relationships they are building among themselves. It’s like a doctor taking an X-ray of a patient. The patient becomes aware of their illness by seeing it. Graphic facilitation is like taking an X-ray of the organization. In order to capture the accurate state of the organization, I listen out for the small voices too, so that different voices can be treated equally and be recognized and regarded by the team.
Corporations are typically a left-brain dominated world governed by logic. If the right-brain ruling elements – the emotions, sensations and sensibilities – can be recognized as equally valuable component, the capacity of the organization will be broadened and should pave the way for true diversity. My graphic facilitation journey is fully leveraging the wisdom of ORSC.


If Japan’s sports
industry changes,
Japan will change!

Keiko Muramatsu



Systems Coach, Executive Coach
CEO of THRIVE Co., Ltd.


Derive the best possible performance
by creating an intrinsic “real” harmony, not a superficial “false” one.

Having spent a significant amount of time as a lacrosse player and living abroad, I have come to understand that ultimately what makes the difference for a team, after hitting a certain play-level threshold, is no longer techniques, skills or strategies, but the team’s true power – the quality of the relationships between team members. To achieve this, you need to talk with each other honestly and with an open heart, and it sometimes becomes necessary to clash. In my experience, Japanese people in particular seem to struggle with this.

To date, I have applied ORSC to Japan National teams, a professional baseball team and student teams, and worked on various relationships that exist within these teams, including the relationships among players, between players and coaches, and among staff members. In the Japanese sports arena, there are deeply rooted cultures that include top-down seniority systems or unshakable hierarchies based on individuals’ performance record, if already retired, of back when they were a player. These cultures quietly but persistently haunt the teams’ behaviors, mentalities and decisions. This probably isn’t particular to the world of sports. These ghosts are everywhere, and I bet you often witness it.

I invite people to become fully conscious of the air that dominates the room, and to recreate a safe, open, honest space for everyone to voice their thoughts using ORSC. That journey helps in cultivating individuals’ leadership along the way. Experimenting with ORSC will bring you the satisfaction of seeing the journey’s fruition and its clear consequences in your team’s results. I see great potential for ORSC in the world of sports, in that the so-often difficult-to-see changes in the quality of relationships are clearly showcased in the team’s improved performance.

My dedication to spreading ORSC practices in the world of sports doesn’t stop here. I would like to keep contributing to the quality of team performances, and be a catalyst to deriving performance improvements from genuine (“real”) harmony.

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