DALLAS, May 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- InsideOut Development, a professional services firm that specializes in workplace performance improvement, has partnered with SMCOV to develop and manage international distribution channels for InsideOut Coaching. Founded by co-CEOs Stephan Mardyks and David Covey, SMCOV is a leader in global training distribution whose stable of international brands include some of the most well-known thought leaders in the world.
"We are very excited to partner with SMCOV," said Jacques Bazinet, Vice President of Corporate Development at InsideOut Development. "SMCOV are experts in global licensing and delivery and will ensure the high standards InsideOut Development has established for both quality and growth, are met."
InsideOut Development was founded by Alan Fine whose G.R.O.W.™ Model focuses on the modern coaching movement---helping people from all walks of life elevate their performance and unlock their potential. The partnership with SMCOV will allow InsideOut Development to broaden its sales presence to local markets on a global scale.
Fine says, "The biggest obstacle in performance isn't about knowing what to do; it's doing what you know." The primary focus of InsideOut Development is to work with business leaders to increase performance and improve business results. Their approach has helped thousands of managers to become more effective coaches, CEOs to become more effective decision makers, and frontline employees to become more engaged and more effective contributors.
"We are thrilled to add InsideOut Development's flagship program, InsideOut Coaching to our portfolio of business training solutions." said Mardyks, "Their slogan of Changing Workplace Performance one breakthrough at a time is an ideal fit for the SMCOV brand."
"We anticipate high demand from the international business community for this best-in-class approach to workplace coaching," Covey said. "The services provided by InsideOut and Alan Fine are used by many Fortune 500 Companies and we anticipate a high demand for the curriculum that he has created."