Our human relations approach emphasises the development of the organisation’s people and the quality of their relationships. We combine an understanding of the dynamics of organisational phases, structures and systems, with the people involved and the work they do.
We help you engage with strategy, context, leadership, people, processes, structures, as well as the processes and managing of change, focusing on longer-term trends.
Take advantage of 25 years’ experience working with people and organisations through a human relations approach.
We provide quality services to a diverse range of individuals and public purpose organisations in commercial, not-for-profit, public and multi-stakeholder sectors.
Oasis offers an applied human relations approach to organisational development.
Helping people and organisations fulfil their potential is one way we assist you to shape a future that aligns with what is needed.
For many this involves managing a transition from what has made you successful in the past to what you will need to be successful in the future.
Transitions can be tricky phases for many people and often call for new ways of thinking and working within organisations. Such change requires a shift in the attitudes and behaviours of people as well in the structures and processes of an organisation.
With Oasis, Organisational Development helps develop, with you, the tools and ‘know how’ to progress from one phase to another by addressing issues that impact on purpose, effectiveness, authority, freedom, creativity, trust, engagement, processes, ways of working and organisational health and wellbeing.
An effective organisation has high quality relationships that align with the requirements of the 21st century. Relationships with those you serve, those who work with you, and other stakeholders, including the wider community and the planet we share.
Our approach to Organisational Development promotes the ability of the organisation and the people within it to use their own efforts and resources to diagnose and resolve their own problems in what is increasingly an emergent and unpredictable future.