Oasis is engaged with the emergent questions and the actions required for creating the workplace of tomorrow.
A think piece written in partnership with the Health and Social Care Academy, exploring the 7 principles to shape the workplace of tomorrow in the field of health and social care.
Exploring the Transformational Impact of a Whole Person Learning Approach to Coaching and Mentoring
An accessible introduction to the Oasis Seven Stage Model of effective relationships.
Peer learning is effective, collaborative, relational and challenging. It equips organisations to work with the potentials and constraints being faced by many.
The old ways we have relied upon no longer hold. There is a ‘new way’ that encourages dialogue, participation, collaboration and much more. It is arduous, challenging, radical, and yet intensely rewarding.
This series of manuals introduces this approach, documents our research and explores practical applications.
Find out more about our ongoing research into Whole Person Learning.
Introducing the basis of qualitative research, the educational approach of Oasis and forms of experiential and new paradigm research, particularly Co-operative Inquiry.
Drawing together the voices of participants on an 18-month co-operative inquiry into holistic practice and integrated learning.
Highlighting the necessity for connecting with each other in ways that make a difference – ways that allow the soul to flourish – exploring effective oneness, moving from ‘I’ to ‘we’ and the global dimension.
Whole Person Learning is a radical and innovative approach to relationships. Learning for Tomorrow highlights the need for such a new paradigm and explores the implications of a Whole Person perspective.
Peer learning is a radical new paradigm in the world that brings with it a call to a more enlightened educational practice.
Whole Person Learning addresses issues of globally responsible practice, leadership and practice in organisations; the value of this new paradigm in the business world and the Whole Person Learning perspective.
Practical manuals for those managing and leading in organisations in the constant change of the 21st century workplace.
They outline and explore issues around planning, strategy, developing teams and working in teams, and are a valuable resource for managers, executives, change agents and consultants.
Download sample first chapters of manuals in the Developing Your Organisation series for free.
An important resource tool for change agents and consultants working with organisational development from a human relations perspective.
A practical manual for those who have to come to grips with planning, strategy and thinking about what they have to do in relation to other groups in an organisation.
How strategy works, an overview of the questions strategy raises and how they relate to the themes and questions of organisational development.
A comprehensive resource for anyone who is or has been a member of a team: exploring team development processes, individual and group needs, intra team dynamics and the impact on the whole organisation.
Free download of the Oasis Approach to Organisational Development.
For those working with others in any capacity and for those who want to develop their understanding of themselves and others.
Topics covered include conflict, personal change, facilitation, working with others and issues in human relations.
Download free sample chapters of manuals in the Developing Practice series.
Recognising and understanding one’s temperament can help us understand ourselves and enable us to work out our questions and development needs with assurance.
Intervening in Human Relations outlines John Heron’s Six Category Intervention Analysis, for anyone working with others.
An invaluable resource for anyone involved in the development of mentoring and coaching, in the workplace or in private practice.
A practical and accessible guide to human relations – the personal skills and understanding that enable people to be more effective at work, home or in their social lives.
For anyone interested in or having to develop ways of partnership working.
A process guide to authentic collaboration in contemporary forms of leadership.
In 2004, united by a shared commitment to the development of globally responsible leaders, companies, business schools and centres for leadership learning formed the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative. This report describes their key recommendations.
The GRLI Call for Action aims at re-enforcing the strengths of our entrepreneurial system while correcting its defects and financial excesses. We strive to achieve this through enhancing responsibility at all levels.