Lighthouse is a mentoring programme for those new to internal comms to receive friendly support and advice, whether it’s about professional development or a particular workplace challenge.

Everyone is at a different stage in their career, so the Lighthouse programme provides you with a tailored mentoring programme to help shine a light on the direction you need to be heading in.

How it works

Book a 15 minute chat to talk about what is troubling you and to see whether I can help. If not, we’ll find the right direction for your journey.

We’ll then have a 60-minute call, working through the problem, exploring options available and what’s the next steps for you. Maybe we just need the one call to help get you feeling steady again or perhaps arrange a few more calls so you feel steady and confident.

Some situations where Lighthouse can help include:

  • Working as a lone internal comms practitioner with a new project on but not sure where to start or perhaps wanting someone to share some thoughts with.
  • Wanting to put into place a professional development plan when you don’t have access to a company scheme or membership body.
  • Regular check-ins together to provide you with friendly support during busy periods, working through a specific project or mentorship to help you take your next career step.

Flexible to your needs

To help make your personal investment go further, I only charge in 15-minute increments, so if a call together doesn’t need an hour you won’t lose out. You’ll also be able to message in between, join the Guild community group, and I’ll keep a recording of our conversations so you won’t forget anything.

There are no fixed timescales or costs on the Lighthouse service as I want it to be tailored to what you need and the budget you have available so please get in touch if you would like to book a 15-minute chat with no pressure to follow-up afterwards. You can also follow Horizon Comms on Twitter and LinkedIn to keep updated on the latest blog posts and resources.

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