Complimentary Event with Alan Fine:
You Already Know How To Be Great
A Unique Approach for Unlocking Your Greatest Potential
As a New York Times Bestselling author, performance expert, and coach to professional athletes, Alan Fine has spent the past 25 years freeing people up to do their best work. His unique and powerful approach taps in to the innate potential everyone possesses. By showing you how to overcome the internal and external challenges currently getting in your way, Alan redirects your focus so you can better apply your existing knowledge and talent. No matter who you are or what you do, this simple process empowers you to do more of what you already know in order to reach your goals and achieve your best performance.
What You’ll Learn:
- The core principles for achieving top performance
- How to recognize and address internal and external challenges
- Techniques for developing greater confidence in your existing skills and knowledge
- A simple, repeatable process for reaching your goals
Meet Alan Fine
Alan Fine is the author of the New York Times Bestselling book, You Already Know How to Be Great and the co-creator of the widely recognized GROW® Model. As an international performance expert, keynote speaker, and well-respected executive and professional athlete coach, he has dedicated the past 25 years to helping people elevate their performance. Alan has worked with many of the world’s most respected athletes like PGA golfers Phillip Price and David Feherty, and other organizations such as IBM, NASA, Honeywell, Gap, and Coca-Cola. Considered the pioneer of the modern day coaching movement, Alan Fine is also the founder and president of InsideOut Development, a professional services firm that provides training programs, coaching services, team performance workshops, consulting, and reinforcement solutions to a large global clientele.
This event is being hosted in partnership with eBay and will be held in the eBay Auditorium. Please enter the main entrance near the flagpole and check in with Security at the front desk. There is limited visitor parking to the north and east of the eBay building. Additional parking can be found in the rear (to the south).