Alan Fine to Speak at Garden State SHRM Conference on Human Performance

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(Salt Lake City, UT) October 7, 2014–Alan Fine, New York Times Bestselling author and human performance innovator, is scheduled to speak at the 23rd Annual Garden State Council Society for Human Resource Management (GSC SHRM) Conference and Expo. GSC SHRM is a professional organization supporting the Human Resources profession and the eleven SHRM chapters based in New Jersey. The conference theme is “Be an HR Super Hero” and Alan will present “You Already Know How to Be Great” on Monday, October 20th at 10:15 AM.

Alan has found the biggest obstacle (and opportunity) in performance isn’t about knowing what to do; it’s about doing what we know. And what keeps us from doing what we know is interference. During his session, Alan will introduce an “inside-out” approach to leadership, an approach that is less about adding new knowledge and more about eliminating the interference that’s getting in the way of experimenting with and using the knowledge employees already have. Attendees to Alan’s session will discover the three elements at the heart of high performance and learn a simple, repeatable process that reduces interference, creates focus and unblocks performance breakthroughs.

The Garden State Council SHRM Conference & Expo is being held October 19-21, 2014 in the Atlantic City Convention Center in Atlantic City, New Jersey. For more information about GSC SHRM, visit www.gscshrmconference.org.

About Alan Fine
Widely recognized as a pioneer of the modern-day coaching movement, Alan Fine’s core belief is that people have the capacity for extraordinary things. The secret to unlocking performance is a counter intuitive focus on doing what they already know. Alan is the co-creator of the world-renowned GROW(R) Model, the founder and president of InsideOut Development, and the author of the New York Times Bestseller, “You Already Know How to Be Great.” He has dedicated the past 35 years to helping people from all walks of life elevate their performance and unlock their potential. Through his work, Alan has had the privilege of coaching world-class athletes, musicians, and Fortune 1000 CEOs.

For more information about Alan Fine visit www.alan-fine.com or connect on Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.

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