What our Clients are Saying...
I have had the opportunity to work with Sean as a faculty member on the ABSA/Emory/ERGF, Leadership Institute for Biosafety Professionals as well as at other training venues over the course of several years. Sean has made a significant contribution to the biosafety profession especially as it relates to reevaluating how we conduct training as well as how we measure the success of biosafety related training. He is a highly effective trainer and top-notch speaker.
Sean Kaufman has provided exemplary, behavioral-based training for myself and other biosafety professionals in our organization on several occasions. He uses non-traditional methods to challenge students to consider both the client needs and the biosafety requirements for working safely in the laboratory. Sean is an expert in behavioral modification and in biosafety and emergency response procedures required in high containment facilities. He embraces experiential and thought-provoking training that students will retain and use in their everyday work. He demonstrates a high level of integrity that inspires students to do their best in their profession. I highly recommend Sean for behavioral-based training - he is definitely a leader that is dedicated to improving the work environment, client service and personnel interaction to meet the needs of both biosafety professionals and researchers.
Associate Professor / Associate Biosafety Officer
Colorado State University
Tim Mandrell, DVM, DACLAM
I highly recommend Sean for biosafety training. In one word, Sean is AWESOME! I've had the pleasure of hosting Sean for biosafety training at UTHSC where he conducted 3 full days of training for two groups of technicians, researchers, and veterinarians. I also invited Sean as the featured speaker for the 2011 ACLAM forum where, again, he did a superb job. Sean forces you to think out of the box, and very effectively integrates human behavior into critical training. He is the most effective trainer that I've ever had the pleasure of working with.
Professor and Chair
Department of Comparative Medicine, UTHSC
Barbara Keating, MS, RN-BC
On short notice, Behavioral-Based Improvement Solutions was able to come into our organization, quickly assess our needs, and adapt his training to meet those needs. Sean has a commanding presence and is able to engage both large and small groups. He is extraordinarily perceptive and is able to listen to individuals and adapt the training to meet their needs in order ensure the training was as effective as possible. Sean’s passion for what he does is evident in his commitment to ensuring that everyone involved has the knowledge and skills to safely care for patients in clinical containment.
Director of Clinical Learning & Innovation
Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago