Alan Fine Receives 2015 Utah ATD Thought Leader Award

(Salt Lake City, Utah, October 22, 2015) Alan Fine, Performance Expert, Bestselling Author, and InsideOut Development Founder and President, is the recipient of the 2015 Utah ATD Thought Leader Award. The award was presented at the Utah ATD (Association of Talent Development) Annual Conference.

The ATD Utah Board selects the winner based on a career of contribution to the ATD Mission and Values of promoting the profession of Workplace Learning and Development. In presenting this year’s award, Utah ATD President Wes Stockman said, “Alan Fine offers genuine new thinking in the field of human performance. His concepts are enablers that allow industry professionals, as well as ordinary people, to leverage what they already have to help others perform better.”

This is the 3rd year Utah ATD has given the Thought Leader award. Past recipients include Jack Zenger, Zenger Folkman and Ron McMillan, Vital Smarts. “I am honored to receive the 2015 Thought Leader Award,” said Alan Fine. “Utah ATD and I share a common mission of improving workplace performance, and so I am flattered to be in the company of such recognized authorities in this field.”

About 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(R) 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 and coaching solutions to a large global clientele.

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About Utah ATD
Chartered in 1952 as the Utah Personnel Training Association, ATD Utah is the local chapter of The Association for Talent Development. The chapter provides members with a forum for professional development opportunities and resources to improve the workplace learning and performance industry.

The Association for Talent Development is the world’s premier professional association and leading resource on workplace learning and performance issues. National ATD’s membership includes more than 70,000 people working in the field of workplace performance in more than100 countries worldwide
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