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.
I highly recommend Sean Kaufman and Behavioral-Based Improvement Solutions. Sean brings unique skills and knowledge to any project he takes on and makes an immediate and lasting impression on clients and others he encounters on a job. He's great at coaching and helping people prepare for large and small-group presentations. He is excellent at providing insights and advice on how to approach topics with from the perspective of the audience. His knowledge of effectively dealing with emergency response and crisis situations as a responder is invaluable to those who do such work.
Operations Manager/Program Manager
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
I have been fortunate to attend several presentations by Sean Kaufman, President of Behavioral-Based Improvement Solutions, and have been privileged recently to work with him on a training program for responsible officials. While my experience regarding Mr. Kaufman has been limited to personal involvement it has been a positive experience. I find his approach to training that involves behavior modification innovative and in my opinion contributes to a more successful outcome. It is also an approach that I believe would be useful in any kind of change management situation.
Coordinator of International Projects
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention