A successful business owner and veteran basketball performance coach, he spent 15 years working with the highest-performing athletes on the planet (including NBA superstars Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, and Kobe Bryant).
In his corporate keynote programs and workshops, Alan reveals how to utilize the same approaches in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level. He delivers practical lessons that can be implemented immediately.
His clients include American Express, Pepsi, Sabra, Starbucks, Reeds Jewelers, FDA, Omnicell, and numerous college athletic programs.
The strategies from Alan’s book, Raise Your Game: High Performance Secrets from the Best of the Best, are implemented by corporate teams and sports teams around the country. His inspirational words are featured on 12-foot mural outside the Penn State Football Training Center, so that players run past it on the way to practice every day.
- Raise Your Sales
No matter what your sales system is or how rich your pipeline might be, if you’re not implementing the habits that elite performers use regularly, your ability to execute and close sales will always be limited. In other words... you (and your sales) will underperform. Finding leads, qualifying leads, following up, and servicing clients depletes us of our two most precious resources – time and energy. Filled with stories, stats, and actionable steps, Alan will share how to maximize both time and energy, as well as teach strategies for what to control, what to let go, and how to trust the process. This program is critical for anyone who wants to improve his or her sales performance.
- Raise Our Game
The highest-performing organizations find and attract; train and develop; empower and support; and push and praise great people. They emphasize professional and personal development. Elite teams promote shared ownership, individual responsibility, and collective accountability by clearly establishing each team member’s role, creating buy-in and believe-in with their role, and rewarding those that star in their role. The key to raising organizational performance and building a winning culture is a result of how well your teams master these five fundamentals:
3. Role Clarity
An organization’s leadership team has one primary job: to find out what each team member does well and best utilize that skill set for the team's benefit. They understand the power of “what drives you needs to be good for us, and what drives us needs to be good for you.” And they know that a motivated, happy, engaged team member directly affects other aspects of the business.
- Raise Their Game
How have some organizations been able to sustain unparalleled success while others are sporadic and inconsistent? Simple... it’s their leadership. A team will never outperform its leadership. A leader’s primary job is to create an environment where people feel safe, included, appreciated, valued, respected, inspired, empowered, and challenged. Employees need to know they have the resources and support to star in their specific role and make a meaningful contribution
to the team. The key to raising your leadership performance and amplifying your impact and influence is a direct result of how well you master these five
Successful Leaders create the type of high-performing culture that drives long-term results. They have a firm grasp of their identity, they uphold high standard of excellence, and they foster an atmosphere of collective accountability.
- Raise Your Game
The number one investment you can make is the investment in
yourself. To achieve a greater level of success, you must be
intentional in developing yourself mentally, physically, and
emotionally. If you want more, you must become more.
The key to raising your individual performance and expanding your
contributions and significance lies in your ability to master these five
1. Self Awareness
This can only be achieved by closing Performance Gaps (the gap
between what you know and what you do). In this powerful program,
Alan teaches practical strategies to heighten self-awareness, create
winning habits and routines, and improve productivity.