Sharon Cox, RN, MSN is a healthcare speaker and author with experience ranging from faculty and administrative roles to having her own consulting practice for the last 35 years. She has conducted seminars for over 600 healthcare organizations in the US and Canada in the areas of leadership training, change management and organizational development.

She is the co-author of two books, Nature’s Wisdom in the Workplace: Managing Energy in Today’s Healthcare Organizations and Essential Skills for Nurse Managers: Tips, Tools and Insights. She is a contributing author to The Engaged Workforce: Proven Strategies to Build a Positive Health Care Workplace published by the American Hospital Association. Her most recent e-book on culture change was published by Lippincott and is entitled, Enough Already: Let’s Start Doing What Works at Work.

She has been a member of Brentwood UMC for over 25 years and has served on the
Discernment Team, the Board for Harvest Hands CDC, various other church wide committees, councils, and task forces especially those related to social justice issues. Her husband Jim is a member of the Chancel Choir, and they have two grown children.