As part of our ongoing series exploring leadership in 2017, our facilitators will be giving their leadership insights - a look behind the scenes at what motivates them, what they are working on and what they think is really important for leadership.
Latest news, blog posts and articles written by Oasis co-directors and associates. Topics include peer working, collaboration, leadership, organisational development, resilience and wellbeing.
Skills for Change has been called a ‘life-changing programme’ that has a transformational effect on participants.
At the May seminar on “What does it really take to be a resilient organisation?” we asked participants for their intentions on leaving.
All of us have intentions, plans and ambitions. And all of us have failed to achieve what we set out to in one way or another. If we have avoided failure, we have avoided life.
One of the key challenges we will face in the workplace of tomorrow is the need to reinvent leadership.
For a new generation of leaders, ‘global responsibility’ will not be a theory or an add-on, but an integral ingredient of all they do.
Traditional management practice has it that your personal life issues have no place at work. The following example suggests the complete opposite.
At yesterday’s Resilience and Wellbeing Network forum members and guests of the network heard from Kath Walton, who is Head of People Services for North Star Housing Group.
Leaders come in all shapes and sizes and they lead in vastly different contexts.
For some of us 24 hours in a day is not enough. For others, there is plenty of time to live two or even more lives in one. People’s capacity to live multiple-lives is astonishing.