Most people who want to get better—at managing employees, negotiating with clients, delivering presentations, or any other field of endeavor—seek out new information or more knowledge. They read a book, take a class, or hire an expert tutor. This “outside-in” approach often doesn’t produce the results people want. More “knowledge” becomes a distraction rather than a solution, and high performance remains unattainable. Is there a better way?
Alan Fine 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 interactive session at the 2016 CEO Retreat, Alan will introduce an “inside-out” approach to performance improvement, 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. Participants 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.
There are still spots available for the CEO Retreat, being held on Monday, August 8 and Tuesday, August 9 at Sedona’s Enchantment Resort. For the attendees interested in golfing, the event kicks off at 11:00am on Monday, August 8 and is followed by a Welcome Reception at all attendees at 6:30pm that evening. The panels, keynote speakers and interactive workshops are held the following day at Enchantment’s conference center.
If you are interested in learning more or to register, click here. Last year AZTC hosted a record 100 attendees and is planning on growing the event for 2016.