Just say no!
TO forgettable training, annoying jargon, annual performance appraisals, cliché KPIs, risk-averse hr advice & more...
coaching and webinars
From strategy to appraisals:
simplified for 'overnight results'
Regular support plus outplacement
A TASTE OF WHAT WE DO...
+ THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN WEBINARS
Who we are
I started Lightbulb in 2010 with the mission to reduce the painful bits we often have to live with when working for organisations and with other people! I was that person who forced people through the traditional, bureaucratic nonsense that is annual appraisal. I can also claim to be a victim, many times over, of management training that could best be described as unmemorable, jargon-laden and full of business models that were difficult to apply to real-life. We're about sorting the people management bits easily and quickly as well as getting other work-stuff done in new, better ways and in half the time. It’s about talking in plain-English, cutting out the annoying corporate buzzwords and office-speak to ultimately make things simpler. Lightbulb approaches things in a non-textbook, practical, step-by-step way so that people can get going with a new technique at 9am the next day. A lot of our stuff isn't in textbooks but it's not 'gimmicky' either! Just great tools: Life At Work. Made Simple.
Blogs & Freebies
- Lightbulb Presents 'Predict The Future: HR/People Analytics Made Simple'...
- Lightbulb Presents 'Ditch SMART Objectives and Performance Appraisals for...
What people say about us
Paul Marsh and Lightbulb have brought a fresh and pragmatic view to the training workshops they have delivered for us: 'Powerful Objective Setting' and 'Recruitment Interviewing 3.0'....Read more
We have worked with Lightbulb's 'Chinwag' anti-appraisal system for a few years now and it has given us a simpler, fresher and more useable approach to managing performance. As...Read more
Our business has used Lightbulb for several years for HR support because they are down-to-earth, practical and with a real commercial edge. Rather than putting lots of bureaucratic...Read more