What are the invisible forces at work, if any, that bring angels into our lives? Coincidence, serendipity, vulnerability, reputation, intentionality, or whatever it might be, how fortunate we are when we encounter people during our lives who simply have a desire to support and encourage. I’ve been reminded of this recently.
Blog and News
Latest news, blog posts and articles written by Oasis co-directors and associates. Topics include peer working, collaboration, leadership, organisational development, resilience and wellbeing.
Gillian Chivinge has a bursary from the Oasis Foundation to act as an intern on the WLD, part of our commitment to supporting leaders of tomorrow. The theme for 2019 is ‘Reimagining Leadership’.
Anger gets a bad press. It is mostly perceived as an emotion that needs to be managed and controlled. Understandably so, especially in these turbulent times.
The December edition of the O Zone is out now. Check your inbox for human relations news, blogs and updates, plus the latest on Oasis programmes.
As our year comes to its close we have much to celebrate, so many good news stories for friends and colleagues, including our courageous and committed clients and the wonderfully gifted Oasis staff and practitioners. One way or another, each and every one, seeking a better world for all.
This year the RAW network has been exploring the topic of Resilience and Wellbeing in their work worlds through the lens of the AVIRA framework; Awareness, Vision, Imagination, Responsibility and Action.
The September edition of the O Zone is out now. Check your inbox for human relations news, blogs and updates, plus the latest on Oasis programmes.
Associate Director Claire Maxwell is running two workshops at the National Housing Summit this month.
We were delighted to receive this letter from Rob Bell, Director of the London Emergencies Trust, thanking us for our contribution to their work.
The autumn 21-day challenge will keep you learning (great for your wellbeing), connecting (also one of NEF’s five ways to wellbeing) and having fun (not one of the top five but always worth it!).