Bring the global edge of knowledge to your practice, teams and systems.
DISCOVER THE POWER OF PROCESS-ORIENTED COACHING
GCI's founders bring the most powerful tools of depth psychology into
their E1ME2RGE3 model.
Intuitive noticing of subtle signs is a meta skill that underpins the work.
Clients are both complete systems and part of complete systems.
RANK & POWER
The currents of power and rank shape experience and organisational patterns.
Values all voices, states of awareness and frameworks of reality.
WORKING AT EDGES
Clients’ edges are where the energies of transformation are found and worked with.
Our ecosystems are powerful and trustworthy guides.
DISTURBANCE & ATTRACTION
Patterns of change both attractive and repellant are rich sites to find the edge.
METASKILLS & STATE CHANGE
Awareness through full presence, the coach’s state as an instrument in service.
DOWNLOAD OUR GUIDE TO PROCESS-ORIENTED COACHING
Access 40 years of combined coach training wisdom—launch into coaching fundamentals, or hone your advanced skills.
PROCESS-ORIENTED PSYCHOLOGY TRANSFORMS YOUR LEADERSHIP OF ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE
BRING GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE TO YOUR PRACTICE
Process-oriented coaching works with the deeper and more subtle currents of individual and group dynamics, to support experiences of flow which unlock human and organisational potential right where they appear to be most 'stuck'.
OUR FOUNDERS ARE PROCESS WORK PIONEERS
Rho Sandberg has trained for many years with the founders of Process-Oriented Psychology in Portland, Oregon, USA—and now teaches coaching to the global Process Work community.
“Coaching is one of the most powerful tools available for developing insight, agility and courage. After 25 years working with organisations, I am sold on the value of coaching, especially in navigating complex situations.”
Rho Sandberg is an executive coach and has trained more than 1600 individuals to become coaches. Rho has a background in neuroscience, holds a Masters in Organisational Change and Conflict Facilitation (PWI, USA) and a Masters of Cognitive Science (UNSW).