TBB can be used in many forms
To help new teams bond so they reach peak performance faster
To help teams in conflict reduce friction and increase collaboration
To stimulate creativity and team spirit with new and existing teams
To kick off a strategic planning, sales or leadership event
As energizing theme-based entertainment at a corporate offsite
Why TBB Works
Absolutely No PowerPoints Here!
Our approach is immersive and engaging. The participants observe how a live band seamlessly incorporates communication, flexible thinking, listening, leadership skills. Then they use those skills to tackle a musical challenge with the help of the band!
Our business and musical facilitators have been educated at top schools including Columbia University, Harvard Business School and Berklee College of Music. They can relate to any business and engage any group.
Meet The Team
Chuck is the TBB Co-moderator who leads the audience through the experience of discovering the magic of musical collaboration and how to transfer it to the workplace. Outside of TBB Chuck leads a leadership and organizational performance consulting firm. He comes with over 25 years as an executive in strategic HR, leadership development and change management. He also teaches in the MBA program at the John Welch School of Business and Technology at Sacred Heart University.
Sam is a member of the ensemble. He is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, a mulit-instrumentalist and a performer in the greater NYC area. He is the Composer/Producer of The Brighton Beat and the quartet Mr. Clifford. His playing is featured on many records, and his recording/production work has been featured on radio, network television, and more. Sam is an educator in the Hudson Valley working with students at all levels.
Michael is a member of the TBB ensemble. He is an audio engineer and guitarist based in the New York metro area. Graduating with a degree in Music from SUNY New Paltz, Michael has played a myriad of shows in the New York area and featured on both guitar and bass on various records. He has played with Chris Sunshine, The Brighton Beat, Binge and Moonunitt.
Chuck is the TBB Co- moderator who demonstrates the techniques and secrets of musical collaboration and improvisation. He is also a serial entrepreneur with multiple exits, a Harvard Business School Alum and a business strategy consultant who focuses on helping companies grow revenue. Chuck frequently consults on disruptive innovation and execution for companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies. When not consulting, he is a professional musician and leads his own band, Tyrone Shoelaces.
Matt is a member of the ensemble. He is a freelance drummer and audio engineer. A graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, he has played tours across the US and Europe, as well as countless shows in and around New York City He has performed with a wide variety of artists, including Midge Ure, Paul Young, Emily Saliers (of the Indigo Girls), Dorrance Dance, Toshi Reagon, An Endless Sporadic and The Brighton Beat.