Oasis Executive Developers work alongside the client, offering support and challenge, in a safe and confidential environment, to help them bring more of themselves to the questions they are tackling.
One-to-One Executive Development
We will work with you to design the best programme to address your needs and establish a culture of individual development. Responses include mentoring, coaching and peer learning for leaders, managers, teams and Boards.
We work in partnership with you to develop your skills and understanding, reducing your reliance on external support. Our approach empowers people to own their ongoing self-development and builds their capacity to anticipate future needs.
We work with decision makers, leaders and change agents – CEOs, senior directors, board members and executives. Our clients include not-for-profit, social enterprises, third sector, local government and commercial organisations.
Our Executive Developers have lived it themselves, being, or having been, in leadership roles, as directors, CEOs, social innovators or change agents. They have developed a human relations and collaborative approach to development.
Few in key positions succeed or fail because of their technical or business knowledge alone. More often the most decisive success factor is how well they relate to others and the world around them.
Building capability in human relations can make a profound difference to personal performance and has the potential to transform leadership practice.
Unlocking the potential of your organisation and yourself
To respond effectively to increasing complexity, more and more organisations are facing the need to change their form and the way they work. More must be done with less.
Within such an environment, fixed processes are no longer sufficient. Individuals at all levels have to be aware of the issues. They must evaluate alternatives from an informed and mature viewpoint, and confidently implement an integrated response.
To achieve this people will need to learn to be responsible for their own development and training, collaborating with their co-workers to continuously update their practice in the light of new experience.
Effective partnering, both within and between organisations, is critical for the harnessing of difference and diversity.
It is personal initiative framed by organisational awareness that creates operational effectiveness and continuous improvement.
Organisational change through individual development engages managers, practitioners, Boards and teams.
Whether through coaching, group learning or mentoring, they will develop enhanced organisational skills and a strong ability to manage themselves, their co-workers and difficult situations.
These skills will be self-sustaining, with people learning to build on shared experiences so that in the future they can handle new and increasingly complex situations in an integrated way.