How Solid is Your Team?
Do teammates have each other's back, no matter what?
Are there unresolved issues that keep popping up?
Do standards quickly slip, or do you consistently need to push for excellence?
Do they keep commitments even when it hurts?
Does your team prioritize results ahead of individual accolades?
Are difficult issues swept under the rug, or do you have open and constructive communication?
Are you a group of individuals focused on your own departments, or do you operate as one team?
Our Team Facilitation Process
has everything you need
to get you and your team operating at the top of your game
Schedule a Meeting
Describe your current situation and your ideal outcome:
What's not working?
How do you want your team to look?
Determine the Best Approach for Your Team
Drawing from years of experience
working with executive teams,
we create the right development roadmap to move your team forward
Build a Rock Solid Team
Build a cohesive, high trust team that effectively leads
your organization into the future
"We had some underlying trust issues in our executive team.
BME led us through a process that addressed these in a constructive way
which eventually led us to be more aligned on the core business strategy."
Ted Martynov, former CEO - Solar Home
What Makes Us Different?
A group of high powered individuals does not necessarily make a high powered team.
How do you build high trust on a team? How do you get your team interacting in a way that doubles or triples the value of the sum of the individuals? How do you get your team holding each other accountable to exceptional performance?
Get Your Team Flying High
You attain killer results AND enjoy working together
Your team has razor sharp focus on what matters most to your organization
Issues are quickly voiced and ideas sharpened, as iron sharpens iron
Personal egos step aside, giving first place to team results
Your team doesn’t settle for mediocracy, but pushes each other to be better
You have each other's back, no matter what
The Leadership Team Makes or Breaks the Company
It might not be an easy journey
but taking the first step isn't difficult