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11/30/10 QBQ! – The Question Behind the Question: Practicing Personal Accountability at Work and in Life John G. Miller
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11/30/10 Overview When put in a tough situation stop asking negative Incorrect Questions (IQs) and make better choices by asking better questions. Hold yourself accountable for actions and ask yourself… The Topic
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11/30/10 Over view D BE What can I do to help instead of relying on others?
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11/30/10 Credentials Started QBQ! Inc. Actively involved in the organizational development and speaking industry since 1986 John G. M iller
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11/30/10 Over view To teach you how to be accountable in work and in life The Purpose People entering the work force and those in the work force who lack self- responsibility Audience
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11/30/10 Emerging Themes Goal: To ultimately bring about personal change and Personal Accountability: Taking responsibility for one’s actions I ssues: Irresponsible blaming Procrastinating Believing you are a victim Whose idea was this anyway?
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2010 for the course B A 101 taught by Professor Evelyn during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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