Blog and News

Posted
21/11/2019
Author
Lise Ribeiro

Latest news, blog posts and articles written by Oasis co-directors and associates. Topics include peer working, collaboration, leadership, organisational development, resilience and wellbeing.

Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

Posted
29/03/2019

Jennifer Flint is Assistant Director of People and Organisation Development at Karbon Homes, a housing association based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She has written this blog for us, capturing her reflections on Module 2 of the Coaching and Mentoring with Head, Heart and Soul programme.

Real Leaders: Bursary opportunity

Real Leaders: Bursary opportunity

Posted
19/03/2019

Are you a leader in the not-for-profit sector? Do you want to develop yourself to be resourceful, relational and resilient in a world full of change?

Neurodiversity: A view from the inside

Neurodiversity: A view from the inside

Posted
18/03/2019

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.

Bursary: An opportunity not to be missed

Bursary: An opportunity not to be missed

Posted
15/03/2019

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.

The O Zone March 2019

The O Zone March 2019

Posted
15/03/2019

The March edition of the O Zone is out now. Check your inbox for human relations news and updates, plus the latest on Oasis programmes.

21-Day Challenges: What We’ve Learnt

21-Day Challenges: What We’ve Learnt

Posted
11/02/2019

The Resilience and Wellbeing Network has run a series of 21-day challenges over the last two years. Member organisations have also run their own challenges for employees as part of their wellbeing interventions.

RAW Network News

RAW Network News

Posted
11/02/2019

We are delighted to welcome some new members to the Resilience and Wellbeing Network for 2019!