John G. Miller is the author of QBQ! The Question Behind the Question, Flipping the Switch: Unleash the Power of Personal Accountability, Outstanding! 47 Ways to Make Your Organization Exceptional and co-author of Parenting the QBQ Way. He is founder of QBQ, Inc., an organizational development firm based in Colorado dedicated to “Helping Organizations Make Personal Accountability a Core Value.”
John travels the nation to serve major organizations as a keynote speaker. His clients include but are not limited to: AmEx, Oracle, Novartis Pharmaceutical, Kraft Foods, Philip Morris, Verizon Wireless, Wells Fargo, Merck Pharmaceutical, American Express Financial Advisors, Farmers Insurance, Mass Mutual, ProStaff, Cargill, National Feed Association, and Home Depot.
John is a 1980 graduate of Cornell University and a native of Ithaca, N.Y. After five years with Cargill Inc. as a commodity trader, he entered the training industry in 1986 as a salesperson who sold and implemented leadership development programs. Nine years later he left that organization to serve as a presenter of an idea that makes a difference for organizations and people: Personal Accountability.
John lives in Denver, CO with his wife Karen. The Millers have six daughters, one son and seven grandchildren! John serves on the Board of Directors of the Denver Rescue Mission.
John Miller is an excellent speaker and the only choice on personal accountability. He captivated my group and helped begin a new way of thinking for my team. His message has lasting effects on those who hear him.
WOW! John, you were a big hit! Everyone concurs that your ability to deliver a message on personal accountability using professional and personal examples was meaningful to each individual in the audience. Your sense of humor delighted the Nicor leaders.
John is funny, interesting, provocative & connects well w/ any audience. What I love about John's message & content is that it is simple & easily implemented. It made a significant difference in both organizations regarding personal accountability.