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The public sector is full of great people seeking meaningful work and a chance to make a difference. But a few years into the job, employees don’t feel appreciated, they lack trust in leadership and they begin to disengage.

I can help.

I help you to design training or a facilitated staff meeting to work on interpersonal communication within your organization. My programs help employees build trust and share knowledge.

But wait, we already have employee training, that is not the problem.

Our training is different. It is fun, engaging, and customized to each public service agency. Cynical staff members who have complained about attending training in the past rave about our workshops and retreats. They can’t believe they actually enjoyed it. And actually learned something! I can give you their phone numbers if you do not believe me.

Most of all, staff are amazed at the relationships that they build with other staff members.

Wouldn’t it be nice if after you hosted a staff training, staff sought you out to tell you how much they enjoyed it? It sounds implausible, but I have seen it happen.

Common concerns we hear from public sector leaders are:

  • How touchy-feely is it? …. we have had issues in the past
  • Is it going to be cheesy? Will we have to give everyone a pickle or some other vegetable?
  • What about the introverts?
  • The public sector is unique, most canned training does not resonate with our staff.

Those are legitimate concerns. I am happy to share that we have addressed all of them.

  • Although we provide interpersonal communication training, it is not touchy-feely. I am not a hugger, and I bring this quality to my training design. No trust falls. I will not use the word vulnerability. Limited discussion of feelings, and only with a healthy dose of humor and brain science for the engineers and feeling-skeptics.
  • There are no pickles involved. I love cheesy sports movies, but focus on relevant lessons which will lead to a-ha moments for staff.
  • I am an introvert and have a special place in my heart for the introverted amongst you. I’ve got your back. Again, no trust falls.
  • We use scenarios and stories based on public service so that every lesson is relevant and applicable.

Ok, you have my attention, I am ready to learn more.

Ok, you have my attention, but our budget is already allocated for this fiscal year.

I don’t like clicking buttons when I don’t know where they will lead me….

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training participants

Customized workshops or training series which combine humor and realistic scenarios.


live facilitation

Build staff relationships through a facilitated staff retreat or on-site meeting. We assist with meeting design as well as live facilitation.


sharon tewksbury-bloom

Sharon is a trained organizational development and knowledge management consultant. Are you facing challenges with employee relationships or succession planning?

Your organization depends on strong employee relationships.

We will help you build those relationships. Transform your organization into one people are happy to come to and where they know they are doing meaningful work.

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