Professional Training from The Employers' Association: Personal Accountability and the QBQ!

Professional Training from The Employers' Association: Personal Accountability and the QBQ!

Wednesday, March 28
8:30 am – 4 pm
Refreshments and Lunch Provided

This full-day session is for anyone in an organization who can benefit from eliminating complaining, victim-thinking, procrastination, and blame. Participants will learn about the concept of personal accountability through a combination of presentations, video exercises, and group discussions. Participants will leave the session equipped to approach their work/personal life with a better outlook on how their personal accountability will have a positive impact on others.

Course Goal
To provide participants with the tools to eliminate complaining, victim-thinking, procrastination, and blame while increasing accountability, ownership, and responsibility at work. This is accomplished through asking proper questions (QBQ) when things are not going the “right.”

Course Objectives
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
• Define the Question Behind the Question (QBQ)
• Eliminate victim thinking
• Defeat procrastination
• Bust Blame
• Identify and eliminate Incorrect Questions (IQ)
• Make accountability a core value

Designed For: All members of an organization.
Presenter: Kevin Jurek

Members* $275 | Non-Members $320
*Pierce Cedar Creek Institute Members, TEA Members, and Barry County Chamber of Commerce Members