When times are tough, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut, dwelling on missed opportunities and past regrets. But instead of fixating on what’s behind us, how can we look forward? Perhaps the solution is as simple as S-W-O-T…
How can we be more effective in our relationships? Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse’s CEO, thinks we should all take a lesson from Aesop’s Golden Goose…
When things go wrong, it’s easy to dwell on missed opportunities or previous mistakes. But instead of getting stuck in the past, what if we used our negative experiences as an opportunity to improve?
Caught between those who want empowerment and those who want to cut costs, how can middle management avoid getting caught in some nasty crosshairs? Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse’s President and CEO, has a few ideas.
It’s a universal truth: work too much and it starts to wear on you. When that happens, a little time away may be just what the doctor—or Lighthouse CEO—ordered.
It’s not always easy, but taking the time to recognize the support your family, friends, and coworkers have given you isn’t just a great way to get in touch with yourself, it’s a fast track to fostering deeper relationships. It’s something Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse’s President and CEO, recommends we all do on a regular basis.
At Lighthouse, we always focus on having fun—and 2017 was no exception! Let’s take a look back through the year that was!
There’s no question that the Holiday Season is the most wonderful time of the year. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not without its own challenges—especially for leaders. Whether it’s leading an IT department or coordinating a tense family visit, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse’s President and CEO, advocates addressing them head on.
Why do so many salespeople abandon honesty and resort to deception tactics to get a meeting? Despite the frustration, Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse’s President and CEO, thinks we can all learn a very valuable lesson from them.
An important message from Jeff Van Fleet, Lighthouse’s President and CEO, on our company’s response to the destruction caused by hurricanes in 2017. Every year, we donate a portion of our proceeds to a local charity of our choice. This year, however, it feels like there’s a bigger need outside our hometown. I wanted to [...]