When we think about what affects our resilience there are a host of challenges that come to mind.
Latest news, blog posts and articles written by Oasis co-directors and associates. Topics include peer working, collaboration, leadership, organisational development, resilience and wellbeing.
How do we recognise when we have been resilient and how can this help? Learning from your past experiences is always important. I really appreciate this now much more than I did when I was younger.
As part of our ongoing series on wellbeing and resilience we are revisiting some of our previously published blogs that you may have missed. This post was written by Lise this time last year.
As part of our series of blogs on wellbeing and resilience this autumn we’re looking back at some of the research on wellbeing.
What is wellbeing? And how do we increase our wellbeing at work?
What do you do when the cracks start to appear in your concept of reality? When you think you know how the world works, what reality is and then you stop for a while, stop rushing from place to place, stop continually doing stuff and find there is more to it than you thought.
Will Schutz, one of the influencers of the work of Oasis, saw three key phases for relationship. For him it starts with belonging, before shifting to questions of power and control, and then onto being truly open to others.
Some of the known constants in our lives are the air we breathe, our beating hearts and that change is never ending. Alongside these are those golden nuggets, the things that matter to us in our lives, what we believe and hold dear, our VALUES.
The theme of this year's gathering of the partners of the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative is 'Common Good, Common Ground'.
To conclude our recent five-day programme in the Republic of Georgia we did an exercise where a group sits down without using chairs. You may have been part of this yourself. Forming a tight circle, each person sits on the knees of the person behind. Through collective effort, the seemingly impossible is achieved. It’s a lot of fun – often causing surprise and hilarity in equal measures.