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.
Latest news, blog posts and articles written by Oasis co-directors and associates. Topics include peer working, collaboration, leadership, organisational development, resilience and wellbeing.
Communities of Practice are formed by people who engage in a process of collective learning in a shared domain of human endeavour.
It feels strange to be marking the occasion of Claire stepping out of the directors group, especially as she is not retiring, not 'leaving' Oasis.
One of the benefits of being in the Yorkshire Resilience and Wellbeing Network is sharing ideas. We love it when we hear the different ways members have been experimenting with improving resilience and wellbeing at work.
The first RAW 21 day challenge finished on 11 April and I really enjoyed taking part. It was also great to hear from a couple of RAW members what they found and learned through this challenge.
Learning with Oasis can happen on open programmes – or in-house in your own organisation.
We recognise that as one-to-one developers, supervision, or ‘Super-Vision’, provides a rich and fertile ground for exploration, self-understanding and growth.
What makes a great leader? Charisma, a compelling vision, the ability to carry others along with you? These are the usual characteristics identified - in as many variations as there are management gurus selling their wares in the bazaar of leadership.
'Oasis lights my fire,’ is how global leadership guru Warren Bennis described our work. We have been developing leaders and leaderful behaviours since the 1980s.
The Chinese symbol for ‘crisis’ combines two elements – one meaning ‘danger’ and the other ‘opportunity’.