Like many of my generation, in my teenage years I discovered The Little Prince. It seemed to capture the collective imagination for a while. To be honest I couldn’t now tell you its central message. For me it was as much about the wonderful illustrations as the story itself.
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.
Ed Mayo from Co-operatives UK prepared this talk for Oasis on From Conflict to Co-operation.
My Dad left employment at the age of 45, taking early retirement through ill health. His body was physically not able to do the work he’d previously done.
You know those moments when you gaze longingly out of the office window, imagining somewhere with no pressing deadlines, demanding bosses or irritating colleagues?
We are so delighted that one of our client organisations, North Star Housing Group, has been named No.1 in the Top 50 Landlords by 24 Housing.
Our Summer Salon on the theme of Power, Conflict and Cooperation was a very inspiring evening - you can read about it below.
I have had a lot of help in my life. In my times of need I have been offered expert advice, guidance and healing. I have been asked some fantastic questions and I have been wholeheartedly listened to.
It’s fair to say I have a problem with authority. Or more accurately, authority figures. Especially older white men.
A personal and professional self-help approach using writing, which I have found extremely helpful in enabling people to take those first steps to connecting with peers, teams and communities.
Can you be a leader or a manager if you’re not really a people person?