Sitting less and moving more

You know that exercise is good for you. You might even manage to get in more than the government guidelines of 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity per week. Before you start polishing your halo, did you know that even if you think you’re more of a gym bunny than a couch potato, you’re still not immune to the side effects of a sedentary lifestyle?

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Listening beyond yourself

Mary Godfrey is an associate of Oasis and Chair of the Oasis Foundation. She recently retired from Bettys & Taylors of Harrogate where she was Director of Change and a founding member of the Collaborative CEO leadership team. She has written this blog for us, capturing her reflections as a participant on the Coaching and Mentoring with Head, Heart and Soul programme.

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Coach Supervision and the Importance of Language

Oasis associate Benita Treanor has had an article published in this month's Coaching Perspectives magazine. She talks to Marta Anna Petrasova, an executive coach and coach supervisor based in the Czech Republic, about peer supervision.

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Enough is Enough

“What we resist, persists” is a well-used phrase in the field of personal development and something I have experienced as a profound truth. The problem for me is, I often forget to remember this wisdom!

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Real Leaders: Bursary opportunity

The Oasis Foundation is delighted to be able to offer two bursaries for the Oasis Real Leaders Programme 2019. This up close and personal programme gives participants an opportunity to effectively invest in their relationships and internal resources as a leader. Applications are welcome from leaders in not-for-profit organisations committed to collaborative working and social […]

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Neurodiversity: A view from the inside

Neurodiversity: you may have heard the term in the news. It is a relatively new term used to capture the range of neurological differences across such conditions as autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia.

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Bursary: An opportunity not to be missed

Every year the Oasis Foundation supports two bursary places on our Real Leaders programme. This programme enables leaders to develop the skills they need to lead with confidence, to thrive in change and to collaborate in genuinely effective relationships. Ruth Mulryne is Director of Women’s Health Matters, a charity working to reduce health inequalities experienced by women from communities across Leeds. She was awarded one of the two bursary places this year. We spoke with her recently to find out what impact the programme was having.

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A Whole Person Approach to Coaching

Organisations are recognising the power of coaching as a means of enabling change. Yet focusing on performance alone is unlikely to enable and sustain the level of transformation required for the pace and complexity of today’s world.

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