Real Leaders: Bursary opportunity

The Oasis Foundation is delighted to be able to offer two bursaries for the Oasis Real Leaders Programme 2019. This up close and personal programme gives participants an opportunity to effectively invest in their relationships and internal resources as a leader. Applications are welcome from leaders in not-for-profit organisations committed to collaborative working and social […]

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Bursary: An opportunity not to be missed

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. Ruth Mulryne is Director of Women’s Health Matters, a charity working to reduce health inequalities experienced by women from communities across Leeds. She was awarded one of the two bursary places this year. We spoke with her recently to find out what impact the programme was having.

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There is no one type of ‘leader’

There is no single ‘Self’, there is no one type of ‘Leader’. Furthermore, I cannot get frustrated by people putting me in a box because in actual fact I am often the one drawing the lines and I am also the one with the power to rub them out.

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Supporting the leaders of tomorrow

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’.

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Letting Go to Let Come

There’s an old adage in the scientific world. It suggests that significant change in any field of thought comes with the death of a leading light. It’s only then that new and different approaches open up new avenues of exploration and experimentation. Death precipitates a paradigm shift. As an aside, I’ve come to believe that the same is true in life generally: each death is also a liberation, even if we don’t realise it at the time.

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Imagination & Resilience

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.

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From conflict to co-operation

In an organisational setting conflict gets in the way. You want people to work together in a team, to communicate and to have a common purpose.

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