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

We are looking for a program assistant to join our team

Individual will work on a dynamic team to support the day to day operations of several client trade associations.  The individual must possess a strong administrative aptitude, general bookkeeping skills, organizational and logistical capabilities and excellent customer service and response know-how. Individual must be a clear thinker and have the interpersonal skills that are required to be successful in a small multi-client office environment.  This is a 20-30 hour work schedule in a work friendly and flexible environment.  Some travel throughout the year may be required. Must be proficient with Microsoft Office and Quickbooks. Familiarity with InDesign by Creative Suites, Constant Contact and Adobe Acrobat preferred.  Please send letter of interest and qualifications to info@lighthousecg.com

Looking for candidates to lead a national sailing membership group

The employee joins the Lighthouse team to fulfill the roles and responsibilities of Sail America’s Association Manager which has leadership authority and will act as the public face and voice of the organization, provide day-to-day coordination of staff and resources to ensure annual work plans meet strategic targets, and perform the traditional responsibilities necessary to ensure the successful operations of the Association. This individual must have demonstrated professional experience communicating with clients (i.e., members, consumers, and directors) at a sophisticated level to address their needs. Must have knowledge of the sailing industry and be able to work collaboratively with the team to create and deliver membership services that include industry events, boat shows and regular communication. Experience in marketing and/or event planning a plus.  Individual must be a clear thinker, team player and have the interpersonal skills that are required to be successful in a small multi-client office environment.  Contact mamaral@lighthousecg.com

Tips for facilitating a successful workshop

Lighthouse Consulting Group finally did it! We facilitated a half-day workshop about facilitation. With the support of Connecticut Sea Grant, we looked into our past experience, brushed up on the current research and re-read the classic “how-to facilitate” guides to develop a customized afternoon of experiential learning. With a focus on each individual, we covered:

  • attributes of a successful facilitator
  • Tips for ensuring workshop success – applying lessons that we have learned
  • Dealing with different and difficult workshop situations

By the end of the day, participants were able to describe their own personal facilitation styles and how to work to individual strengthens so they could select the tools and approaches that were going to work from them.  A summary of the PowerPoint we used is here: [Facilitation workshop tips for skill building for POST] if you want to take a peek at what we covered.

Is your team ready to learn more about the art of group facilitation? To learn some simple lessons that will help you work better with clients, improve your events and, without question, change how you interact with others?   Give us a call or email. We are ready to customize a training for you.