Leadership and management training specialist Lighthouse offers food for thought at anniversary celebration

The presentation during Lighthouse Training's anniversary event at Hintlesham Hall.
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The presentation during Lighthouse Training's anniversary event at Hintlesham Hall. Picture: Lighthouse Training - Credit: Archant

Suffolk-based leadership and management training specialist Lighthouse Training celebrated its fifth anniversary with a barbecue and jazz event at Hintlesham Hall.

Jazz musicians at Lighthouse Training's fifth anniversary event.
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Jazz musicians at Lighthouse Training's fifth anniversary event. Picture: Lighthouse Training - Credit: Archant

More than 50 guests attended the celebration, which also included a though-provoking talk about human needs from guest speaker Alex Emmerson.

Founder Gill Henderson said: “For a training company which boldly claims ‘we don’t just do training, we change lives’ it seemed appropriate that this celebration included more than just food for the body.

“Lighthouse believes that the people who make the biggest difference to staff morale and motivation are the leaders and managers in the organisation.”

She added: “When we started out five years ago, it would have been impossible to imagine where we are now.

Lighthouse Training's fifth anniversary cake.
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Lighthouse Training's fifth anniversary cake. Picture: Lighthouse Training - Credit: Archant


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“The best part of today for us is hearing all the stories from our clients about the changes they have made in their organisations as a result of what they are doing differently after attending one of our programmes.”

Lighthouse, which is based at Little Bealings, near Woodbridge, offers programmes designed to encourage leaders to examine themselves, to develop greater self-awareness and emotional intelligence and to discover how to inspire the people in their organisations to fulfil their potential.

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