ORSC GTA (virtual) meeting: April 6

The ORSC GTA April meeting will be on April 6th, 2017, from 4 to 5:30 pm EDT. This will be a virtual meeting, with Fernando Lopez as a guest speaker presenting the Deep Democracy in a Virtual Setting.

About our guest speaker:

FernandoFernando Lopez, PCC, CPCC, ORSCC is the president of Bridgespace Consulting Inc., an executive coaching and facilitation firm that specializes in helping clients create the space for powerful collaboration. He coaches (in English or Spanish) clients in North America, Latin America, and Europe. Fernando’s mission is finding often-surprising solutions to leadership and relationship challenges. He is a faculty member of CRR Global and the Coaches Training Institute. Motivated by discovering innovative coaching approaches and sharing them with others, he has presented his work at international conferences in North America, Europe, and New Zealand. 

About the ORSC GTA April (virtual) meeting:

If you attended the ORSC Intelligence* course, you may remember the large group process in Deep Democracy. You loved it, hated it, or something in between. Either way, it was likely a bit of a mystifying experience.

Come to this session to get a new insight into what Deep Democracy really is. We will have a short deep democracy process in the Virtual Room, debrief the method used, and allow time for Q&A. This will also be an opportunity to experience the Bridgespace Virtual room.

“Deep Democracy is that special feeling of belief in the inherent importance of all parts of ourselves and all viewpoints in the world around us… it must not be limited to inner peace or outer equilibrium but must apply to real situations where there are chaos and attack, transformation and conflict…
Deep Democracy is our sense that the world is here to help us become our entire selves and that we are here to help the world become whole.”       Arny Mindell

Meeting registration and technical details:

For the actual meeting, you will have to use your computer (PC or Mac) because you will need to log into 2 separate platforms: Zoom and Bridgespace Virtual room.
The Virtual room can be accessed only via computer (PC or Mac), phones and iPads are not allowed.

Here are the technical details about this meeting:

Time and Date: Thursday, April 6, 4 to 5:30 pm EDT

RSVP for this meeting (Zoom platform allows verbal & video communication between facilitator and participants): https://zoom.us/webinar/register/ad7e92799b96e7cdcde7dc3c8da9331e

Virtual Room login (where the Deep Democracy exercise will take place during the meeting):
URL: http://ddo.bridgespace.ca
Login credentials: Use “gta” as the Room id, and use your own first name.
Important: In order to avoid last minute technical difficulties, please take a minute now to ensure your computer loads the URL above. If you click on it and you only get a grey screen, it means you need to download and install Flash Player first (from here and follow the instructions). If you have any questions or difficulties, send a message to orscgta@gmail.com or via Contact form.
Once you have tested the URL above, please shoot a quick email to say you’re “ready“!


*You can attend this ORSC GTA virtual meeting even if you didn’t attend the ORSC Intelligence course. Instructions about the Deep Democracy process will be given during the meeting.

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About orscgta

We are a community of ORSC* practitioners in the Greater Toronto Area, trained in Organization & Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) by CRR Global – an ICF accredited coach training school. ORSC is an integrated and robust coaching model based on Relationship Systems Intelligence™.
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