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“Kristin’s training was outstanding! Everyone found her very charming and witty. She was a perfect match for my team. I have just ordered the book OUTSTANDING for my people, as they came to me asking for it because the QBQ! session was so good. It was the best training we’ve ever had!”

S. Dugan, NA Sales Director, GE Measurement & Control Solutions

Does your organization suffer from procrastination, playing the blame game, or victim thinking? Let Kristin help you make Personal Accountability a core value by teaching your team members to ask better questions.

Kristin has been sharing the message of Personal Accountability and the QBQ! over the past 15 years and has helped more than 200 organizations to help make Personal Accountability a core value.

Kristin grew up in the home of QBQ! as the oldest of seven Miller children. Steeped in the QBQ! message of personal accountability, she is uniquely equipped to share it with others. She and her father John G. Miller run the company and she holds a Masters in Curriculum, Instruction and Corporate Education.

Kristin has created a number of tools based on QBQ! including an accountability curriculum for schools titled I Own It as well as co-authoring The QBQ! Workbook, published by Penguin.

Kristin does keynote presentations and facilitates QBQ! sessions both in-person and on virtual platforms.

When not traveling, Kristin is home in Minnesota enjoying life with her husband Erik and their four children, 2 cats, and a pug named Peggy Sue.

“Kristin, what a wonderful event! There was so much laughter in the room, it was contagious! We can be a tough crowd but you won us over quickly. The content, the personal stories, and your accessibility during breaks was very much appreciated. You’ve got a great message!”

J. Clark, Director, Manufacturing/Engineering,Toshiba American Business Solutions

Kristin, your passion and energy for Personal Accountability was evident. I’ve had numerous comments about how your discussion and exercises added life and actionable information to what was already discovered by reading the QBQ! book. “

Kim Mackenroth, VP/CIO, Textron