associate director of the Nebraskan Student Union, 308.865.8523
UNK– Question Behind the Question (QBQ!), a personal accountability training program, will be presented twice on Thursday, Sept. 17, at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
QBQ! is a training program that removes common traps of victim-thinking, procrastination and blame, according to Tim Danube, UNK Nebraskan Student Union associate director. Once the common traps are removed, then productivity, teamwork, morale, creativity, safety, communication and problem-solving are enhanced. Also, people develop a faster adaptation to change, which is critical for competing in today’s global economy. The training program applies to all organizations and businesses, individuals and groups.
The two presentations, which are free and open to the public, will take place at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Ponderosa Room of the Nebraskan Student Union. Kristin Lindeen, daughter of QBQ! founder John Miller, will be the speaker. The program is sponsored by the Loper Programming and Activities Council (LPAC).
“QBQ! is a presentation that focuses on personal accountability, and eliminates blame, procrastination, finger-pointing and victim-thinking,” Danube said. “It’s a good leadership program.
“Students and community members can benefit from this presentation, because they gain knowledge about personal accountability and forward-thinking, and become more productive in an individual or group setting,” he said.
Groups of three or more are asked to RSVP to Danube by contacting him at 308.865.8523 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Individuals need not RSVP. For more information on the QBQ! training program, visitwww.qbq.com