partnering facilitator

partnering facilitator


partnering facilitator

Neal Flesner, one of the most active building partnership facilitators in the world, is passionate about creating and collaborating partnerships that lead to a unique project experience for all stakeholders. He has a strong reputation for team success, regardless of how the project is implemented, the number of parties involved, or the challenge presented. Neal delivers value through proven partnership strategies, including creating project-specific partnership plans, setting overall measurable goals, and setting up open communication techniques between team members. .

A lifelong student driven by curiosity focused on developing solutions to complex challenges, Neal became a construction partnership facilitator more than fourteen years ago. He enjoys facilitating project teams because his clients achieve results by focusing on developing relationships for collaboration through open and honest dialogues. Skillful in problem solving and communication, his unnecessary, pragmatic approach is recognized by clients around the world.

Neal seeks to fully understand the needs of all stakeholders through extensive customer interviews. These interviews will help inform about the format of the partner meetings. There is no universal size. Each project has a unique strategy. Neal is here to allow open dialogues, transparency and honest (sometimes weak) conversations that lead to better strategy and problem solving. This means getting individuals, NET organizations, to make concrete commitments to action with deadlines and deliveries.

Neal has experience facilitating partner meetings on almost all types of vertical and horizontal construction projects - from large government-funded projects to hospitals, highways, airports, railways, water treatment plants and more. He works with managers, directors and field staff at all levels of the project team, including project owners, construction companies, architectural and engineering companies, as well as third-party entities that are critical to the success of the project.