What is BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines?
Bottom Lines is a business development program that uses the peer coaching model and is open only to NESEA business members.
It consists of regional peer groups of architecture, engineering, building, design/build, energy efficiency, and renewable energy businesses dedicated to high-performance building. But the focus is not on building. The groups meet several times a year for two-day facilitated sessions at individual members’ places of business and communicate online year-round. Bottom Liners share the inner workings of their businesses with their peers who help them sharpen their skills and improve their Triple Bottom Lines (People, Planet, and Profit). You can read the Bottom Lines Network Guidebook by clicking here.
What is Peer Coaching?
"Peer coaching is a confidential process through which two or more professional colleagues work together to reflect on current practices; expand, refine, and build new skills; share ideas; teach one another; conduct classroom research; or solve problems in the workplace." -ASCD
BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines participants are NESEA business members (architects, engineers, builders, energy consultants, manufacturers, installers, etc.) dedicated to improving their businesses' Triple Bottom Lines. Use the interactive map below to learn more about the participating businesses.
Mighty Five, facilitated by Michael Bruss
Open Matters, facilitated by John Abrams
Plan Bygg, facilitated by Paul Eldrenkamp & Mary Quigley
Team Flo, facilitated by Kate Stephenson
Wolf Pack, facilitated by Jamie Wolf
Read an article by NESEA member Dan Kolbert on how participating in BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines has sharpened his business accumen and provided him with a critical network of peer support.
Watch NESEA member Brad Morse describe his career transition and how participation in NESEA's BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines program has helped in that process:
Become a Participant
We’re eager to grow this dynamic network of NESEA business members devoted to learning and sharing together. You can learn more about the pricing and application for BuildingEnergy Bottom Lines here. Questions? Contact Miriam Aylward at firstname.lastname@example.org or (413) 774-6051 ext. 14.
NESEA advances the adoption of sustainable energy practices in the built environment by cultivating a community where practitioners share, collaborate and learn.