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 is one of the most thoughtful, creative and challenging trainers I have ever had the privilege of knowing. His behavioral-based approach is outstanding, and unmatched. I highly recommend Sean and his services.
Associate Director of Research Safety
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
Jill Morgan, RN
Sean stepped in to guide our unit at just the right time! He brought not just his expertise in the operating procedures of an isolation unit but probably more importantly, he taught us the skills we needed to perform each task safely and efficiently. Sean evaluated our site, our procedures and our personnel and made suggestions and corrections that allowed us to establish, in short order, a world-class team of effective caregivers. He has a real talent for bringing out the best in each person, challenging them to perform at their highest level. He helped form a very cohesive team, including all levels of our staff, all willing to uphold Sean’s “family rules” - which we still recite at the end of every meeting!
Rather than simply making a presentation or suggestions, Sean became one of us for that time and I credit him greatly for the success of our unit.
Emory University Hospital