The Lucidity Network

If you feel like it's time to focus on your professional development and get the work life you want join the Lucidity Network. Get access to expertise and advice, online training and group coaching, mastermind groups and events to help you make your working life what you want it to be. 


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'Joining the Lucidity Network has been one of the best decisions I made this year. The webinars with different experts have been really useful as have the online resources, I have learned a lot.'  

Sam Mills, Head of Projects, Changeworks 

Lucy Gower is founder at Lucidity. She is a coach, trainer and consultant as well as a best-selling author and international speaker specialising in giving people the tools and confidence to take charge of their own working life and achieve the happiness and results that they want.  

Lucy was the first innovation manager at the NSPCC, and since leaving in 2012 has worked with over 50 not for-profit organiations helping them to think differently to get better results. Lucy has been voted in the top 50 most influential in fundraising for the last 5 years and is often seen on Twitter @lucyinnovation..  

'I developed the Lucidity Network because regardless of your level of seniority, sector or role, everyone can feel stuck, unhappy or overwhelmed at work. The secret is making time to focus, combined with a network to help you think clearly, prioritise what's important for your work happiness and then hold you accountable to make change.'  

When you join the Lucidity Network you are joining a generous community who help each other get the work happiness they want. You manage your own learning via monthly training and webinars. There are lots of ways to connect and accelerate your progress too; you could join a mastermind group, or you might choose to buddy up with other members at a face-to-face event. Plus, I’m there to help and encourage you to go for it, stretch yourself and get the results you want. I’m really looking forward to welcoming you to the Lucidity Network and helping you with your on-going success.  

If you've got any questions about the Lucidity Network drop me a line at

Do you ever feel…

  • Stuck or unhappy in your job - do you ask yourself whether you're in the right role, the right organisaion or sector? 
  • Unsure of your next career move or what direction to take that would make you happy? 
  • That you are in your perfect job, yet you don't love it and can't work out what to change to make it great again? 
  • That you're constantly busy, juggling lots of priorities with no time to think properly about what's important to you? 
  • So stressed out and burnt out with work that it impacts on your life outside of work? 
  • That you're putting in loads hours but not getting through your to-do list or achieving the job satisfaction that you want? 
  • That your confidence is taking a knock, making it hard to change anything?  
  • That you want more than this from your career but don't know where to start in making changes?

‘The Lucidity Network is about supporting me to develop myself, and meeting like-minded people to develop with. The masterclasses help me prioritise what I need to be focussing on, whilst the online support, Facebook updates and contributions from others in the Network remind and encourage me to put that learning into action. It’s like having a personal trainer and your own cheering squad urging you on!’

 Vanessa Longley, Director of Fundraising and Communications

The Lucidity Network money back guarantee Try the Lucidity Network and if within 14 days you decide it's not for you I'll give you your money back. No questions asked. 

‘The Lucidity Network has helped me loads. Reading other people's input on the Facebook Group is great for seeing what other people are up against. And, I had some great advice after posting questions on there. Plus, those leadership books I've been reading as part of the book club have given me the courage, knowledge and the language to talk about what my strengths are and help others around me. The webinars around managing up, coaching and creativity and what I have done at work, as a result, have all played a part in my progress so far - so thank you.’ 

Sarah Younger, Communications and Development Officer, St Michaels Fellowship  

The Lucidity Network is for you if...  

  • You're looking for ways to make time to think properly about what's important to you when it comes to work and life. 
  • You know you want to make changes to your working life and would like more confidence and direction to start. 
  • You'd like some help to figure out how to fall in love with your job again (or make the leap and leave it).
  • You'd like to be more productive and make more impact in your work. 
  • You'd like help to take charge of your own learning and development and get back on track with your career ambitions.. 
  • You'd like to be part of a generous community and feel good by helping other people.  
  • You're seeking opportunties to learn from others in your own way at your own pace. 

'That was the most helpful couple of hours of my entire career. You gave us some fantastic actionable ideas that we're really keen to work on.'

Emma Cornish, Executive Assistant,MS Society  

Why join ...

Imagine being happy and forfilled in your job and have a strategy to make sure you stay that way.

Get inspiation, new ideas and opportunities to help you get the results you want.

Take charge of your own learning and development and enjoy learning from other people.

Enjoy showing up to work every day and know you are making the most impact you can.  

Imagine being able to make time to think clearly about your day to day work and focus on the important stuff.  

Build your confidence to make good decisions in your job and career. 

Its great to be part of a network to go to for help, advice and chat, as well as being able to give something back and help other people’ 

Paul Nott, Principal Consultant

What’s included – Lucidity Network members get: 

  • Monthly training materials, a webinar and web resources. There’s an archive of topics that we’ve already covered that you can access including making time to think, resilience, creativity, innovation, managing up, confidence and pitching. 
  •  A closed Facebook community to ask for, and give advice to other members. There’s a huge amount of experience and expertise in the community. Ask them anything! 
  • A quarterly event with a guest speaker and an opportunity to meet other members over some drinks and nibbles. 
  • A business book club - managed by Becky Slack of Slack Communications. Every 6 weeks the group choose a book to read and discuss via video call so wherever you are in the world you can take part.  
  • Mastermind groups which are groups of 4-6 people who meet monthly – either face to face or on video conference. Everyone brings a problem that they are working on and the others in the group offer help to solve it and hold them accountable to take action. 
  • Monthly group coaching on video call which is an opportunity to bring the problems you’re working on to Lucy and others on the call for a different perspective, help and advice.  
  • We encourage members to buddy up and connect within the Network, to be and have mentors and arrange their own smaller meet-ups and socials over a coffee (or something stronger) because opportunities come from being well networked. 
  • Discounts on training and events via affiliates and partners. For example, already members have benefited from scholarships to Caroline Holts online programme on tackling Imposter Syndrome, discounts for Grace Marshall, Productivity Ninjas one-day course on how to be really productive and Highland Retreat events with Not9to5.

‘The Lucidity Network made it easy for me to join a mastermind group and we meet (virtually) on a regular basis. It’s great to have trusted people to go to for help and advice when I’m stuck and because I’m held to account I’m making more progress on the important tasks.’ 

 Deanna Wolf, Senior Consultant, Money Tree Fundraising  


'I joined the Lucidity Network as I wanted to make a personal investment in my learning and development. I loved the mixed bag of goodies on offer that I could dip in and out of and the idea of connecting with a network of professionals from the charity sector and beyond. I am so pleased with my decision to join, it’s offered great value - I have benefitted from brilliant webinars and toolkits, accessed advice and insight from an incredible network of people and have been connected to a potential mentor by another Lucidity member. I would wholeheartedly recommend Lucidity to anyone looking to commit to their own learning and development.'

Janine Edwards, Head of Business Development, The Foundation for Social Improvement  

What others have asked before joining the Lucidity Network

I can’t afford it If you want to be happy and forfilled in your role you have to prioritise YOU. The Lucidity Network is designed to be an affordable way to do this - if YOU really want to. Its £25 with an early bird offer or £250 a year. It's the equivalent of 3 coffee shop coffees a week. It's your choice of course but if you want to have a happier, more forfilled and productive working life then its a steal.  

I really want to join, but I can't persuade my manager it's a good idea Is that because they have no budget? Can you be creative about which budget line it comes from? Will your manager sign it off as a test? We're so confident that the Lucidity Network will make a difference to your results that if you take the actions that we recommend and after 3 months see no benefit we’ll give you your money back. 

I can’t buy online I need to invoice That’s no problem, drop an email to and we’ll arrange an invoice for you.  

I'm so busy at work I don't know how I will find the time That's up to you. If you’d like to get better results then you’ll need to invest a bit of time. We’d suggest finding 2 hours a month as a minimum. The more you put in the more you’ll get out. We've got a free training webinar on how to make time to think to help you get the most from the Lucidity Network. 

What if there isn't anyone from my industry or sector in the membership? It’s a good thing! The mix of diverse experience, and different people and sectors is part of the Lucidity Network’s value. Plus if you’d like to invite more people from your sector ask us about our recommend a friend offers by emailing 

I’ve not done anything like this before Try the Lucidity Network for 3 months as a test. If you take the actions that we recommend and get no benefit we’ll give you your money back. Sometimes with something new you’ll only really know if it’s for you if you give it a go. 

I’m not on Facebook so I’ll lose out The Facebook Community is a big part of the Lucidity Network. It’s the place to connect directly with other members, ask questions and learn. It might be worth considering setting up a Facebook profile just to interact with the Lucidity Network. However if you choose not to, you still get all the training content including webinars and resoruces, invitations to events, discounts from affiliates as well as access to mastermind groups.  

What happens if the topics aren't what I need? We pick topics based on what we know can have a big impact on peoples working happiness and productivity. We've been working with clients on this for over ten years. . We also ask the network, what their biggest problems are as well as what they think they need on a regular basis to ensure that our topics are relevant. You can also get in touch at any point with topic suggestions at

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The Lucidity Network money back guarantee Try the Lucidity Network an if within 14 days you decide it's not for you I'll give you your money back. 


'What the Lucidity Network has taught me really early on is how important it is to continually carve out time to invest in our own reflections and learning. I can’t wait to dive into the areas where I am keen to develop myself. The packs and webinars are engaging, user-friendly and they encourage action, the additional resources are rich and varied, and the Facebook group is lively and friendly. Bravo!'

Catherine Raynor, Director, Mile 91