Alan Fine to Give Keynote Address at Capital Coaches Conference

(Salt Lake City, UT, June 6, 2012) Alan Fine, performance coach, author and co-developer of the GROW™ Model, will be giving the morning keynote address at the Capital Coaches Conference held in Fairfax, VA. Alan will be speaking Thursday, June 7, 2012 at 8:15-9:45 AM. His keynote address will be given in the Dewberry Hall Ballroom at George Mason University Fairfax Campus in Johnson Hall.

The Capital Coaches Conference is a regional event that provides professional development, continuing education, and collaboration for members of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) in the Washington DC area. This year’s theme is “Beyond Boundaries: Expanding Our Talent, Increasing Our Impact.” The annual event is organized by the ICF, Metro DC Chapter.

Alan’s keynote address, “Reducing Interference that Blocks Performance,” will focus on how coaches can help eliminate personal interference that gets in the way of results. Attendees will learn a repeatable process to achieve breakthrough performance and increase personal engagement and accountability for producing strong and consistent results.

“The biggest obstacle—and opportunity, in performance isn’t knowing what to do; it’s about doing what we know.” says Alan Fine. “And what keeps us from doing what we know is interference. Identifying and reducing interference is necessary in order to capitalize on the skills, talents, and knowledge that already exist in each of us.”

Attendees to the conference will receive a copy of Alan’s New York Times bestselling book You ALREADY Know How to Be GREAT. For more information about the Capital Coaches Conference please visit

About Alan Fine
Alan Fine is an author, performance coach, consultant, and speaker. Alan is a New York Times bestselling author of You ALREADY Know How to Be GREAT, has contributed articles to Forbes, The New York Daily News, The Globe and Mail, Golf World, Golf International, and is a contributing author to Coaching for Leadership by the Drucker Foundation. Alan is also the founder of InsideOut Development a professional-training and organizational-consulting firm that provides executive coaching and leadership training. For more information about Alan Fine visit or connect on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.