JOHN MILLER

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Biography

John G. Miller is the author of two books, QBQ! The Question Behind the Question and Personal Accountability. He is the founder of QBQ, Inc., an organizational development firm based in Denver, Colorado, dedicated to helping organizations make personal accountability a core value. A 1980 graduate of Cornell University, John G. Miller has been actively involved in the organizational development and speaking industry since 1986.

There's nothing like a live presentation, especially when the speaker is John G. Miller and the topic is personal accountability! Meet the author in person and treat your group to the energy, humor, and impact of John G. Miller's dynamic talk, "Personal Accountability and the QBQ!" Whether it's a keynote or a half-day interactive workshop, this is a program your group will never forget!

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  • QBQ! The Question Behind the Question
  • Personal Accountability

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