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For a decade, Tim was part of the executive leadership team of a large advertising agency.

And he thought it was hard to explain to his parents what he did then.


Well, try explaining executive facilitation. 

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Let's Lightbulb
helps leadership
teams accomplish
twice as much,
in half the time. 
 

We do this via ⇨

  • Structured discussions
     

  • Exercises
     

  • Proven frameworks
     

  • Urgency

  • Energy
     

  • Novelty
     

  • Fun
     

  • And a healthy reliance on sticky-notes & countdown timers

We specialize in working with leadership teams at creative companies.

Q

How do I know if my company is a creative company?

A

It’s mostly a mindset, to be honest. 

Is creative thinking important to you? Then you’re a creative company.

Most meetings suck

But when leadership meetings suck, it’s even worse.

  • Their attention is already too fractured
     

  • Their time is too valuable
     

  • Their decisions are too important
     

  • These meetings impact everyone else in the company 

Leaders
are unique

Tim has nearly two decades of experience facilitating executive leaders at major brands — and spent a decade as part of a executive leadership team himself.

 

Leaders have little patience for fluff, faffing, or flim-flam.

 

They want to move fast, but as a result often move slow.

 

Because leaders aren’t great at leading each other without structure.

 

An executive facilitator is a servant leader — there to serve the group without letting any agenda, opinion, or ego get in the way.

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It's easier to show you how we work than talk about it.

Let's do a one-hour offsite and see what you and your team think.

Our goal is to blow your team away with how much you can accomplish in a short amount of time.

These sessions are done via Zoom, and you can choose your focus for the session:

Alignment Accelerator

Get your entire leadership team on the same page about priorities, goals, and how to get there.

What's-next Workshop

Let’s look into the future of your business — specifically the next 1 - 5 years and what it means.

Outcome Party

YOU choose a challenge your team needs to address — and we’ll go deep on creating solutions.

It’s not a sales meeting. Your team will be working hard on topics important to your business.
Will we solve everything in an hour? Of course not. But I’ve designed it to pack a bunch of value and leave your team impressed. We figure — if you don’t like this, you won’t use us for anything else.

What's best?

  • By all means, plan a retreat if you can. It's the best option.

  • But don’t wait for the scheduling-stars to align in order to make progress.

  • Shorter meetings, once a week, over many weeks, can also add up to big results.

  • Taking action is better than over-thinking.

MEETINGS
OFF-SITES
RETREATS
Good
Better
Best
Usually a few hours, max
Usually a half-day or full-day
Several days, someplace very special
Virtual or in-person
Usually in-person
Always in-person
Low-cost
Some-cost
Lotta-cost
Very easy to make happen
Harder to make happen
Like pulling teeth to align schedules
Let's Lightbulb was founded by Tim Leake, an executive facilitator — and former Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer and Creative Director.

As a company, Let's Lightbulb is relatively new.

But Tim's experience facilitating success for senior leadership teams is not.
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A few of the global events where Tim has inspired audiences and sparked creative thinking in business leaders.

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