Roundtable 2023 Save the Date

Welcoming You

At this time of disruptive change around the world, we welcome you to join the RCC. We are an open inclusive global community of researchers and change leaders working across multiple sectors to build relationships of shared goals, shared knowledge and mutual respect for high performance and positive change.

RCC Updates

The capacity to work with relational coordination has grown in many sectors around the world since our founding 12 years ago.  In 2021, a systematic review found that RC has been tested in 73 industry sectors and in 36 countries.  Given this spread, the RCC Board has realized that no one organization needs to offer everything.  The RCC has therefore become the hub of a distributed network that provides training, courses, seminars, teaching materials, consulting, coaching, certification, measurement tools, analytic support, interventions and more.   We are an open inclusive global community of researchers and change leaders working together to transform relationships for high performance and positive change.

What the RCC Does

  • Connects members with each other through our website, social media, newsletters, and Cafes
  • Hosts Innovation Labs, offering space on our website for members to organize and develop new ideas together
  • Hosts the Annual Roundtable for members to share their work, renew existing relationships and build new ones
  • Provides Tools for Change including measurement, training, consulting, analytic and teaching tools that are offered by members in the network
  • Invites you to Become a Member for a cost of $100 per year - and $50 per year for full-time students and for colleagues with significant financial constraints

Community Resources


The RCC community is welcome to join the Prosocial World seminar on May 19 for a discussion of Embracing Interdependence by Jody Hoffer Gittell, Zach Hylton and Kurt Lebeck.  We will ask how humans can support a prosocial evolutionary path by recognizing, embracing and managing our interdependence, and how a multi-level relational model of change can help.  Prosocial World is led by David Sloan Wilson, the evolutionary biologist who spoke at the RCC Roundtable in Denver about human evolution toward greater pro-sociality.  Register here to join us May 19 at 12-1:30 ET!


The RC Survey is a validated tool that enables leaders, change agents and researchers to understand where relational coordination is strongest and weakest within and between the groups and organizations that need to work together. The RC Survey can help you diagnose the current state in order to design interventions to improve your performance.  Relational Coordination Analytics has built a user-friendly platform to assess RC with data visualizations, cross-site benchmarking, trends over time, and more.



Relational Coordination for Higher Education in a Rapidly Changing World

Thursday, April 13, 3-4:00 pm ET

Mary Anne Peabody, Helen Gorgas Golding, Beth Higgins, Caroline Shanti, University of Southern Maine

Ali Al-Fazari, American Hospital Dubai

Jeffrey Grim, University of Iowa

Higher education institutions face pressures to adapt to ever-changing student populations and a constantly evolving landscape of knowledge requirements and policy mandates.


How RC Transforms Organizations

In Healthcare

"The nurses and therapists started to ask each other, 'What is timely communication for you?' and soon realized that, if the therapists would visit the ICU in the mornings they could better address patient needs and reduce discharge delays. Just one example, and it was not a top-down solution."

- ICU Clinical Coordinator, Billings Clinic

In Education

"Before it was very much about your measures and your data, and no one able to see them but the individual teacher.  Now it's - we're all responsible for all these students and we all own the data.  It's not about pitting people against each other."

- Assistant Superintendent, North Reading School District

In Communities

"We haven't had a tool before for measuring this. One thing is talking about networks; now we can see it."

- Director of Social Health and Employment, Varde Municipality, Denmark