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- Lighthouse International Group scored higher in 8 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Personal development" was the most mentioned Pro at Newton Europe.
- "Away from home" was the most mentioned Con at Newton Europe.
I have been working at Lighthouse International Group
The biggest point that stands out to me in regards to being associated with Lighthouse International is the absolute support that is available to ensure that every individual person becomes able to... lead their lives in a way that empowers them to realise their potential and to achieve their goals. From my own experience I can also say that my life and business goals got bigger the more I recognised what is actually possible to create and also what is needed. Through consistent support and mentorship I became more and more able to change my internal map of myself and the world to a map that is more in line with reality. The encouragement and openness to personal development is very empowering and leads to opportunities that I haven’t been aware of before my involvement. While I always had the feeling that I wanted to grow and do more with my life I also realised that this is far from easy to put into practice. In previous jobs and in education through schools and universities I often felt like I am going with the flow and doing something because everyone else does or because I didn’t know what else to do. Through my involvement with Lighthouse I learned to grow up, to take responsibility and to build a foundation in myself, so that I can create value in a sustainable way that is in line with who I am as a person, that is enjoyable and definitely challenging but it doesn’t lead to burnouts or depressions. I have learned about the struggles that people go through who want to start their own businesses and learned to understand the reasons for that too. In addition, I learned how wrong it is to build self-serving businesses that contribute to challenges we face as a collective humanity and also that there is an alternative to building value that benefits both human beings and our planet. During my time of involvement I have built wonderful, deep relationships and I know I can trust every single person because the core focus here is on helping people to lead themselves and every person involved is dedicated to becoming better and to learning to make wrongs right. I’d also like to add that I have learned a lot about parenting and about becoming a better father too, through my work, which has made a big difference to my family life and to my daughter. Through seeing the importance of becoming the best parent I can be I have developed mentoring skills that I use to help other parents as well. This is very fulfilling and without the leadership and training that is available at Lighthouse I would never have been exposed to these crucial and vital areas and opportunities.
This is definitely not for someone who is just looking for a job just to make a bit of money, but for people who value their lives and are looking for ways to make the most of all aspects of that.... Overcoming my previous attitude to life, that ‘ignorance is bliss’, has definitely been challenging and it has also led to becoming a lot more aware of the suffering that exists in the world and recognising that I need to be a part of the solution and to change that, which means taking on that responsibility. Though I also learned that this is not possible without putting in work and effort (obviously!), so my view of finding it important to have a lot of spare time in my life has definitely changed and I’m more committed to my life now, to building value and serving than I initially imagined I could or would be. So, this is definitely not for someone who is looking for an easy life without self extension, hard work and effort.
Advice to Management
Keep up the work and commitment to valuing people and relationships and to building something that makes a positive difference to our planet and the vulnerable.