Jim EisenhartFounder & CEO

Interesting Links
  • Click here for Jim’s Article in Trail Runner Magazine
  • Click here for Jim’s acceptance speech at IPI Awards
  • Click here for Jim’s Killer Whale Video
Articles by Jim

Jim Eisenhart is President of Reset Partnering. His current focus is upon enabling challenged or ‘problem’ construction projects achieve extraordinary success on the balance of their project — with no excuses. As a partnering facilitator since 1990, Jim has facilitated partnering processes on over 1000 projects worldwide. These range from a NATO missile facility in Poland, the San Francisco Bay Bridge, over 30 transit projects with a 10 different transit agencies to a copper mine in Peru. In 2012 he was the inaugural recipient of the International Partnering Institutes “Excellence in Partnering Facilitation Award” given for workshop facilitation and industry leadership. Jim authored the book “Raising the Bar on Construction Project Teamwork: From Good to World Class” and has presented on this subject to AGC, DBIA, and general contractors and owners from Dubai to Veterans Administration managers in Maryland. In December of 2016, he published “Turning the Problem Construction Project into an Extraordinary Success”, Force10 Press.

Jim received his MBA from UCLA and has taught ‘Strategic Planning’ at both Pepperdine’s and California Lutheran’s MBA programs. He served in the US Army in South Vietnam as an armored cavalry platoon leader and troop XO. He currently enjoys sailing, skiing and trail running.

Contact Details

Reset Partnering

  • 996 Peninsula St.
    Ventura, CA 93001

Reset Partnering

  • 11602 Habersham Lane
    Houston, TX 77024

Reset Partnering

  • 15062 McKendree Ave
    Los Angeles, CA 90272

How can we help you?

Do you have a troubled project that you need to get turned around?  We can help!

I’ve been in this business over 45 years and I didn’t think you could change a project team that was highly dysfunctional.  Jim, as a neutral 3rd party, was able to turn a highly challenged and adversarial project team into an aligned, focused “World Class” team and do this quickly.  The result was that upon completion I and the entire project team were very proud of what we accomplished together.

Jim Troup
President, Monterey Mechanical General Contractors

Need to turn around your troubled project?