Fa·cil·i·ta·tion – To facilitate is to make possible, to ease, to assist.

We provide strategic facilitation services to help you articulate a more realistic and exciting future or solve a specific organizational problem or question with client-centric events and processes.

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What we are up to

Lighthouse hiring

We are looking for a marketing and communications associate to join our team in Warren, RI.  

This individual will work on a dynamic team to:  (1) Develop event/sales marketing and communications plans with team leaders and then being responsible for their implementation; (2) Create and write successful marketing and PR pieces (i.e., press release, email blast, web text, articles); (3) run social media campaigns that incorporate best practices and techniques aimed at increasing both brand awareness and sales; and, creating metrics to tracking and reporting on results.

This is a part-time position, ranging between 15-25 hours per week.  Candidates must be proficient with Microsoft Office and familiar with InDesign by Creative Suites, Photoshop and Constant Contact and or MailChimp.  Experience in the outdoor recreation field preferred; recreational boating ideal.  Pay commensurate with experience and responsibilities.

Send cover letter and resumes to info@lighthousecg.com.  For full details visit http://tinyurl.com/msr5jyg

Lighthouse delivers strategic planning event for CTEC

Lighthouse is pleased to be working with the Center for Tropical Ecology and Conservation (CTEC) at Antioch University in Keene, New Hampshire to facilitate a strategic planning event as part of an upcoming workshop aimed at developing their next five year plan.  To make the most and best use of the time and talent available to CTEC at this workshop, we will be using a Speed Storming exercise designed specifically to meet CTEC’s detailed objectives. Speed Storming is a technique that collects information from individuals and groups rapidly and then transforms this information into knowledge through a reporting out process. By the end of the segment, CTEC will have heard from the participants individually as well as getting “best answers” from groups on pre-designed strategic planning questions.

Food for the future: RI Agriculture Workshop

We are working to describe the future of agriculture in Rhode Island and how, as a farming community, they are going to get there.  During a day-long workshop at URI’s Alton Jones Campus, we will lead a discussion to explore and understand the interlocking agricultural initiatives (different pieces of the puzzle) underway in RI; define what is missing and produce action steps for what needs doing next.