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Girls Soccer Camps in Brazil
Jul
1
2:30 PM14:30

Girls Soccer Camps in Brazil

Case study of girls' soccer camps with Júlia Vergueiro, President of Pelado Real Futebol Clube, Brazil

FACILITATOR BIO

Born to a soccer-loving family in Sao Paulo, Julia grew up within walking distance of Sao Paulo FC's stadium and has regularly attended games with her family since she was a child. After university, she worked as a sustainability analyst for a national bank. After 3 years treading a promising path, she decided to quit her job and join a friend, Bibi, who had started to organize a group of women to get together and play soccer, named Pelado Real Futebol Clube, firstly founded in 2011. After they became partners, this group started getting more and more serious, and within two years parents began contacting the group about training their young daughters. Since then, the club has partnered with Italian soccer club Juventus to run a camp for girls in the city, and now runs its own Girls Soccer Clinic, Soccer School for Girls, and regular training sessions for adult women. In total, more than 200 girls and women participate in PRFC's monthly activities.

As the club has risen to prominence, Júlia has worked to ensure its sustainability by establishing partnerships with local and national partners for field space and equipment and to reach a bigger audience of girls and women. The club acquired NIKE as its main sponsor and partnered with Turma da Mônica - one of the most popular and loved brands in Brazil - to create the first and only Girls Soccer Camp in the country.

In 2015, Júlia also founded a media project named "Dibradoras" with 3 other women aiming to give more visibility to female sports. It started as a facebook page and then grew to weekly podcast, big conferences and some smaller workshops. Júlia left Dibradoras in 2017 in order to focus on Pelado's development, but the other founders are still doing a great job with it.

Last year (2018), Júlia was nominated to be one of the 15 delegates participating in the Global Sports Mentoring Program, a US Department of State initiative launched in 2012 as a collaboration with ESPN and the University of Tennessee that aims to empower women through sports by pairing female Delegates from around the globe with female executives at leading U.S. companies in the sports sector for a month-long mentorship experience.

Júlia hopes to further demonstrate the potential of women's soccer in her country and the way supporting its growth can positively impact brands and the society as a whole.

Júlia earned a bachelor's degree in international relations from the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo. Outside of work, she enjoys playing soccer, the beach, and spending time with her 2-years-old mutt dog, Bedoya.

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Off the Pitch and Into work: Being Yourself As a Leader
Jul
1
12:30 PM12:30

Off the Pitch and Into work: Being Yourself As a Leader

Where do you see yourself as a leader in your life and where would you like to become more of a leader?


What is it?

Where do you see yourself as a leader in your life and where would you like to become more of a leader? Do you feel pushed to perform a certain role and struggle to be yourself in the face of responsibilities? This workshop will help you to:

- Define and own the areas of your life in which you are a leader

- Identify what comes in the way of being yourself as a leader

- Respond to such obstacles with the support of other like-minded women and girls

This workshop is open to all girls and women 15 years and older. We have space for 20 people maximum. Do not forget to register if you wish to participate.

Who are we?

Denise Sauerteig conducts research on and builds technology programs that help to improve education for young people around the United States. She also leads organizational learning at the media company where she works in San Francisco, California. She is a passionate and engaged member of Equal Playing Field since the Jordan Quest in 2018

Emma Humphris is a doctoral student at Stanford University working on female leadership and training across the public and private sector. She writes about female police officers and their integration in operational units. She is an unwavering supporter of Equal Playing Field since its very first Guinness World Record on the top of Kilimanjaro.

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adidas Presents: Digital Storytelling with the Digital Fairy
Jun
30
2:30 PM14:30

adidas Presents: Digital Storytelling with the Digital Fairy

Dynamic digital storytelling with London-based creative studio The Digital Fairy!

London based creative studio,The Digital Fairy, will deliver an interactive and dynamic presentation around digital storytelling. Participants will learn key insights into working with grassroots brands and communities and how key principles for digital storytelling help to deliver against challenging stereotypes as well as promoting your community and showcasing inspiring women in sport.

The session will be followed by a Q&A to allow for further in-depth conversation.

Digital Fairy bio

The Digital Fairy are a London based creative studio and consultancy who build brands through creative communication, design and digital storytelling. They most recently collaborated with the adidas London team and are excited to share this and other impactful campaign ideas with everyone in attendance.

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Women's Empowerment on the Field
Jun
30
1:30 PM13:30

Women's Empowerment on the Field

Women's Empowerment on the Field with DISCOVER Football

Welcome to DISCOVER FOOTBALL. As a non-profit organization we use sport as a tool to empower women and promote intercultural understanding. We organize international exchanges, conferences and tournaments during which women and girls build skills and share knowledge that helps them gain autonomy, mobility and power.

At the Equal Playing Field Cultural Program, you have the chance to join us in a Women's Empowerment Workshop. In a women-only group, you can look forward to an active workout in which we playfully talk about the history and future of women's football.

Let's get started! Sign up for the workshop now and come over. We are looking forward to seeing you there.

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adidas Presents Priya Ahluwalia: Upcycle Your Kit
Jun
30
11:30 AM11:30

adidas Presents Priya Ahluwalia: Upcycle Your Kit

Create your own custom football jersey using discarded materials with designer Priya Ahluwalia!

Under the guidance of designer Priya Ahluwalia participants will learn how to create a custom football jersey using discarded/unwanted materials. They will also acquire hacks and techniques for transforming old garments into new kit for teams and communities.

This workshop will help participants get in touch with their own creative expression and will offer an opportunity to try out different DIY techniques to inspire new ways of thinking. Alongside the remanufacturing there will also be the chance to screen-print and take away posters after the session.

Facilitator bio

Priya Ahluwalia is a London based fashion designer and founder of menswear brand, Ahluwalia Studio. Priya takes elements from her dual Indian-Nigerian heritage and London roots and explores the life of second hand and deadstock clothing, using textile techniques to give them a new life. Priya has collaborated with adidas Originals at Paris Fashion Week and most recently as a speaker at Study Hall: Sustainability as a Culture in London.

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Coach Education with Coaches Across Continents
Jun
29
7:00 PM19:00

Coach Education with Coaches Across Continents

TWO SESSIONS

5:30 - 7:00 pm

7:00 - 8:30 pm

Introduction to Purposeful Play and Education Outside the Classroom - prioritizing games that are fun, provoke critical thinking and team problem-solving, and allow us to explore a broad range of relevant social issues so the group can share what themes are most important for their lives and communities. In one hour we would play 3-4 games with or without equipment focusing on themes like: communication, problem-solving, conflict prevention, asking questions, and having fun.

Participants will take away knowledge and skills to enhance their work in communities and/or gain tools to use play/football as a method of stimulating dialogue and building community. They will also have fun learning about other participating teams/players at the event and exploring a different side of the game we all love!

About Coaches Across Continents

Coaches Across Continents has an adaptable play-based curriculum of over 500 activities to address any of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (e.g. health and wellbeing, gender equality, peaceful conflict resolution, social inclusion, child rights, etc.). Within the structure of each play-based activity participants will have ample opportunities to contribute their ideas and direct their own learning.

In all on-field programs, Coaches Across Continents commits to:

- Utilizing a unique Self-Directed Learning model that guides participants to identify, address, and solve problems as individuals and a team

- Demonstrating the potential of using Purposeful Play as a tool for social impact, in a unique and intentional method, brought to life by the CAC curriculum

- Bringing together and fostering a strong network of passionate leaders, who seek to make a positive impact in their respective communities

FACILITATORS' BIOS

Nora Dooley

Nora Dooley is the Community and Government Partnerships Manager and a training facilitator for Coaches Across Continents (CAC). In 2012 she graduated from Columbia University after four well spent years on the soccer field. She then joined Grassroot Soccer for a yearlong internship before her career with CAC began in 2013. Over the past 6 years Nora has led trainings for leaders in more than 40 countries across 5 continents and multiple sectors. She manages CAC's delivery of community programs with particular focus on the ASK for Choice initiative that brings gender policies to life in communities around the world. On and off the field you can find Nora playing and engaging in dialogue around existing local and global inequalities and how to move collaborative ideas into collective action.

Ashlyn Hardie

From Greensboro, North Carolina SDL Educator and Legacy Strategist, Ashlyn Hardie, is in her third year with Coaches Across Continents. Before joining CAC, Ashlyn played four years of collegiate soccer at Wingate University while she received her B.S. in Sport Management and Exercise Science, later earning her Masters in Business Administration while coaching men and women's NCAA collegiate athletics in the U.S. She is now a PhD Candidate at Texas A&M University, as she continues her work for CAC and begins her research on Sport for Development and Purposeful Play. Ashlyn was recently named an Ambassador for UEFA Equal Game Campaign, because of her dedication to equality and safe spaces for all people in sport. Outside of her work, Ashlyn is most passionate about traveling the world, learning from new people and places, helping others where she can, and staying active.

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adidas Presents: Digital Storytelling with the Digital Fairy
Jun
29
5:30 PM17:30

adidas Presents: Digital Storytelling with the Digital Fairy

Dynamic digital storytelling with London-based creative studio, The Digital Fairy!

London based creative studio,The Digital Fairy, will deliver an interactive and dynamic presentation around digital storytelling. Participants will learn key insights into working with grassroots brands and communities and how key principles for digital storytelling help to deliver against challenging stereotypes as well as promoting your community and showcasing inspiring women in sport.

The session will be followed by a Q&A to allow for further in-depth conversation.

Digital Fairy Bio

The Digital Fairy are a London based creative studio and consultancy who build brands through creative communication, design and digital storytelling. They most recently collaborated with the adidas London team and are excited to share this and other impactful campaign ideas with everyone in attendance.

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Coach Education with Coaches Across Continents
Jun
29
5:30 PM17:30

Coach Education with Coaches Across Continents

TWO SESSIONS

5:30 - 7:00 pm

7:00 - 8:30 pm

Introduction to Purposeful Play and Education Outside the Classroom - prioritizing games that are fun, provoke critical thinking and team problem-solving, and allow us to explore a broad range of relevant social issues so the group can share what themes are most important for their lives and communities. In one hour we would play 3-4 games with or without equipment focusing on themes like: communication, problem-solving, conflict prevention, asking questions, and having fun.

Participants will take away knowledge and skills to enhance their work in communities and/or gain tools to use play/football as a method of stimulating dialogue and building community. They will also have fun learning about other participating teams/players at the event and exploring a different side of the game we all love!

About Coaches Across Continents

Coaches Across Continents has an adaptable play-based curriculum of over 500 activities to address any of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (e.g. health and wellbeing, gender equality, peaceful conflict resolution, social inclusion, child rights, etc.). Within the structure of each play-based activity participants will have ample opportunities to contribute their ideas and direct their own learning.

In all on-field programs, Coaches Across Continents commits to:

- Utilizing a unique Self-Directed Learning model that guides participants to identify, address, and solve problems as individuals and a team

- Demonstrating the potential of using Purposeful Play as a tool for social impact, in a unique and intentional method, brought to life by the CAC curriculum

- Bringing together and fostering a strong network of passionate leaders, who seek to make a positive impact in their respective communities

FACILITATORS' BIOS

Nora Dooley

Nora Dooley is the Community and Government Partnerships Manager and a training facilitator for Coaches Across Continents (CAC). In 2012 she graduated from Columbia University after four well spent years on the soccer field. She then joined Grassroot Soccer for a yearlong internship before her career with CAC began in 2013. Over the past 6 years Nora has led trainings for leaders in more than 40 countries across 5 continents and multiple sectors. She manages CAC's delivery of community programs with particular focus on the ASK for Choice initiative that brings gender policies to life in communities around the world. On and off the field you can find Nora playing and engaging in dialogue around existing local and global inequalities and how to move collaborative ideas into collective action.

Ashlyn Hardie

From Greensboro, North Carolina SDL Educator and Legacy Strategist, Ashlyn Hardie, is in her third year with Coaches Across Continents. Before joining CAC, Ashlyn played four years of collegiate soccer at Wingate University while she received her B.S. in Sport Management and Exercise Science, later earning her Masters in Business Administration while coaching men and women's NCAA collegiate athletics in the U.S. She is now a PhD Candidate at Texas A&M University, as she continues her work for CAC and begins her research on Sport for Development and Purposeful Play. Ashlyn was recently named an Ambassador for UEFA Equal Game Campaign, because of her dedication to equality and safe spaces for all people in sport. Outside of her work, Ashlyn is most passionate about traveling the world, learning from new people and places, helping others where she can, and staying active.

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adidas Presents Priya Ahluwalia: Upcycle Your Kit
Jun
29
3:30 PM15:30

adidas Presents Priya Ahluwalia: Upcycle Your Kit

Create your custom football jersey using discarded materials with designer Priya Ahluwalia!

Under the guidance of designer Priya Ahluwalia participants will learn how to create a custom football jersey using discarded/unwanted materials. They will also acquire hacks and techniques for transforming old garments into new kit for teams and communities.

This workshop will help participants get in touch with their own creative expression and will offer an opportunity to try out different DIY techniques to inspire new ways of thinking. Alongside the remanufacturing there will also be the chance to screen-print and take away posters after the session.

Facilitator Bio

Priya Ahluwalia is a London based fashion designer and founder of menswear brand, Ahluwalia Studio. Priya takes elements from her dual Indian-Nigerian heritage and London roots and explores the life of second hand and deadstock clothing, using textile techniques to give them a new life. Priya has collaborated with adidas Originals at Paris Fashion Week and most recently as a speaker at Study Hall: Sustainability as a Culture in London.

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Flames Saudi Arabia: Psychology and Team Dynamics On and Off The Field
Jun
29
12:30 PM12:30

Flames Saudi Arabia: Psychology and Team Dynamics On and Off The Field

Founders of Eastern Flames Sports Club Saudia Arabia share their journey


FACILITATORS BIOS

Maram Albutairi, Founder & Partner of Eastern Flames Sports Club

Maram Butairi is passionate and dedicated in promoting the power of team sports, especially football. In her professional career, she has served on various financial roles ranging from business developer at Saudi Aramco Entrepreneurship Center (Wa’ed) to financial analyst corporate finance and project development. Leveraging her professional background, she has been able to upscale Eastern Flames Football Club to be a Saudi female football competitive team, now part of the Eastern Flames Sports Academy brand (which she founded in 2018). Under the Eastern Flames brand, Maram has given over 600 females (both youth and adult), the opportunity to play football, futsal, and basketball through clinics, tournaments, and leagues, in both Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. As a diehard football fan, player, coach and manger; Maram had a breakout year in 2018 with her coaching opportunities, from being selected to represent her nation, in a US Women’s Soccer Coaches Sports Visitor Program, in America under the US State Department and FHI 360; to attending the 2nd AFC Women’s Football Development Seminar in Kula Lumpur, as part of the delegation of Saudi Arabia’s Football Federation; to earning her FIFA C-license Coaching badges under the UAE FA in Dubai at the end of the year. She was also recently awarded the 2018 Sayidaty Award for “most influential female KSA athlete”, all of which provides her with the motivation and passion needed to empower others, and especially women, through a love of football and facilitating a health and lifestyle change in her native society. Maram continue pushing a message close to her heart, the global awareness of female athletes in Saudi Arabia, as well as seeking to lead, coach and facilitate many future generations of Saudi Women football players.

Karina Chapa – Founder & Partner of Eastern Flames Sports Club

Karina Chapa is a true believer and advocate in self-development through volunteering. She has over thirteen years of experience teaching, coaching, and mentoring professionals and aspiring athletes in three countries. In her recent role at Saudi Aramco, she has created and teaches development programs that focus on improving behavior skills benefiting over 500 employees. Since 2014, Karina volunteers her spare time as manager of Eastern Flames Football Club (EFFC), availing many opportunities to women in the local community. Karina is most proud that she has been able to empower over 120 Saudi women, and girls, to be more confident in their abilities, increase resilience levels, be inclusive citizens, and continue the legacy by being change agents in Saudi Arabia.

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Being a leader: Leading the Team and Leading the Player
Jun
29
11:00 AM11:00

Being a leader: Leading the Team and Leading the Player

Leading the team, leading the players aims to discuss the importance of leadership in coaching.


FACILITATOR BIO

Marisa Gonzalez is a women's soccer coach for Noria F.C in Puebla, Mexico. She has also been a part of organizing committees as a venue manager for the 2011 Pan American Games Guadalajara 2011 and a operations director for the 2013 WTF World Taekwondo Championships in Puebla.

As a coach, she has developed the women's program in Noria Futbol Club into becoming one of the top teams in the region. The team has been regional champion in 2017 and 2018 and continuously works with players into achieving their goals to get college scholarships or going professional. Marisa also works at Noria Futbol Club with boy's football and organizes all 7vs7 tournaments and leagues playing at the Noria Complex; averaging 2,500 players weekly.

Marisa works daily into creating a program that not only is successful on the field but develops leaders in society with values such as work ethic, discipline and empathy towards others.

Her main goal with the players is: Have fun and love the game!

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Claiming Space for Female Footballers: Case Study from Argentina
Jun
28
5:30 PM17:30

Claiming Space for Female Footballers: Case Study from Argentina

Presentation of "La Nuestra" in Buenos Aires, Argentina - promoting women's football in impoverished neighbourhoods

About this Event

La Nuestra is a civil society organization that has worked since 2007 for the promotion of women’s football in impoverished neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Its main goals are to use women’s sport as a tool to work towards gender equality and combat violence against women.

Based on the experience constructed throughout our 12 years of practice, in La Nuestra we propose a space of reflection and action, to (re)think our bonds, our territories and our bodies.

Understanding football played by women as a dissident bodily practice allows us to realize the active and transformative character of our game, questioning patriarchal oppressions and contributing towards the creation of our own language.

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FC Barcelona Insight into Sport for Development
Jun
28
12:30 PM12:30

FC Barcelona Insight into Sport for Development

A chance to learn about the Foundation of FC Barcelona and its work in 50+ countries

The Barça Foundation mission is to support children and youth from the most vulnerable groups through sports and education, for the purpose of contributing to a more egalitarian and inclusive society. The 3 pillars are: 1) prevention of the violence, 2) promotion of social inclusion, 3) access and reinforcement of education. Underpinning all the Barça Foundation programmes are the values of FC Barcelona: Respect, effort, ambition, teamwork and humility.

At the heart of the Barça Foundation programmes is a curriculum-based methodology called FutbolNet, first developed in 2012. FutbolNet is a social programme that teaches the FC Barcelona values and life skills education through sport. To date, FutbolNet has been delivered in over 50 countries worldwide involving over 1million children in the past ten years.

FACILITATOR

Blanca De La Quintana works with the Partnerships, Alliance and Knowledge department. She is looking forward to sharing insights from what the world´s biggest club is doing to promote positive social change.

Along her University’s years, Blanca has combined her high level handball career with her degree in Social Work&s Social Education at University of Pablo de Olavide. Once graduated she moved to Italy where she worked as a support worker with girls and as a project manager for sport programmes. Her strong belief in the power of sport as an educational tool to promote social and personal development pushed her to study the MA in Sport and International Development at University of Brighton. Since 2019, Blanca works as the Coordinator of Sport for Development in Barça Foundation.

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Life Skills Through Football Session
Jun
28
9:00 AM09:00

Life Skills Through Football Session

Experience life skills through football with Football For All in Vietnam!

Coaches from Football for All in Vietnam will take you through activities that develop life skills through football, which they deliver with children and youth throughout Vietnam.

Football for All in Vietnam (FFAV) aims to build a sustainable network of non-competitive grassroots football clubs that integrate life skills around HIV/AIDS prevention, the risks of explosive remnants of war, and hygiene into football activities. The organisation targets young people from all backgrounds with an emphasis on including typically marginalized children. All clubs must have a fifty percent female participation rate.

COACHES BIOS

1. NGUYEN THI HOA:

My name is Hoa. I have been working for FFAV for nearly 10 years. I am very proud to be part of FFAV's family who has been working hard during the past 16 years to promote inclusive and non-competitive football with life skills integration in schools which resulted in them staying in school, reducing the dropout rate.

My job with FFAV engages mostly on marketing, fundraising and networking. Therefore, it is my privilege to join the Football Festival where I will be able to connect with other members of football family for learning and exchange.

2. PHAN THI THU HUONG:

I am Huong and I have been engaging with Football for All in Vietnam for more than 10 years. Currently I am in charge of program and life skill department and working directly with the community in order to inspire and provide technical support to promote sustainable grassroot football clubs for children regardless gender, age, and background. I love my job very much and be proud to be a part of the journey.

I am married and have two sons. My sons love football very much and they do play twice a week. I love football too, but I cannot play football well. I love travelling, learning new things and networking with new friends/ colleagues. I am excited to France to see new friends, share our culture and learn from friends of football bodies/agencies.

3. HUA THI TO NGA:

My name is Hua Thi To Nga. I am 36 years old; I am married and have 2 children. I am now a physical teacher at Phu Mau Secondary school, Phu Vang district, Thua Thien Hue province. I love sports and often participate into life skill activities. I am a social, energetic person and love to explore and learn new things, but I am in a manner of full responsibility in working.

4. HOANG THI THANH THUY:

My name is Hoang Thanh Thuy. I am 35 years old, married and have one daughter. I am a physical teacher at Huong Van Primary school in A Luoi district. The school where I am working has the most children who have difficult life situations. However, they are good students and love to play sports, especially football. I have a strong interest in Taekwondo and love to play sports. I often play chess when I have time. I am an open minded person, sense of humour and full responsibility in working.

5. TON THI HOAI MO

My name is Ton Thi Hoai Mo and I was born on 25th September 1981. I am now a physical teacher at Thuy Bang secondary school in Huong Thuy district, Thua Thien Hue province. I am married and have one son and one daughter. I am a straightforward, honest, modest person and I am creative in working. I love to play sports such as football, badminton and swimming. I often play football and swimming with children every afternoon. I also love travelling and exploring new things and places.

6. PHAN THI THUY MAY

My name is Phan Thi Thuy May and I am 35 years old. I was graduated from Sport University in Da Nang and now I am working as a physical teacher at Phuong Duc Primary School for 12 years. I am married and have 2 children. I love to play sports especially football. I love meeting people, sharing football stories and teaching experience with other colleagues.

7. HO THI MINH THUONG:

My name is Ho Thi Minh Thuong and I was born in 30th October 1983. I am working as a physical teacher at Loc Bon Secondary school, Phu Loc district, Thua Thien Hue province. I am married and have 2 sons. I am a modest, honest and straight forward person and especially have high sense of responsibility in working. I love sports therefore I play badminton very morning and play football with my students very often. I also love travelling.

8. DO THI NGOC CHAM:

I am Cham - Do Thi Ngoc Cham. I am a former national football player. I was awarded Vietnam Golden Football in 2008, excellent female football player and best scorer of Vietnam from 2007 to 2011 and I am now the ambassador of grassroot football of Vietnam.

I am a football coach and Director of a Community Football Centre which is providing trainings and practice for children from the age of 5 to 15 in Hanoi. I hope football can connect everybody from all over the world regardless age, gender and wealthy condition. Football connects passion and I love football.

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Coaching and Motivating Female Athletes
Jun
27
7:30 PM19:30

Coaching and Motivating Female Athletes

Confidence Factor
Learn how to adopt practical confidence building strategies that the best athletes in the world utilise.

Coaching and Motivating Female Athletes - What will be covered?

- Learn the latest in gamification techniques for how to motivate this next GEN.

- Understand the subtle gender differences to engage, develop and empower your athletes.

- The Confidence Formula - learning from role models and mentors.

- Walk away with practical strategies to add to your coaching tool kit and strengthen your inner voice.

FACILITATOR BIO

Emma Doyle is the coaches' coach. She unleashes human potential through the 'E' factor. Emma is a world-renowned speaker and coach from Melbourne, Australia helping you turn your motivation into activation. She has been coaching for over 28 years and through her keynote speaking, mentoring, coaching and consultancy she inspires, improves, and impacts players, coaches, teams, and corporates in Europe, Asia, Australia, and the US.

She is a Tennis Australia High-Performance Coach with a strong background as a touring professional, a talent development coach and she has been the Australian Junior Fed Cup Captain-coach many times. Emma's pioneering approach to communication and coaching encourages coaches to take action. She provides practical coaching tools to better understand the importance of communication in order to engage and empower others. She specializes in helping people to develop a high-performance mindset, enhance confidence, and how to access Emotional Intelligence on and off the sporting field and in the workplace.

Emma is passionately involved in creating gender equality by engaging and empowering more female players, coaches and leaders; aiming to inspire, improve and impact the communication and self-esteem of people around the world by helping them discover their inner coach.

Check out Emma's TEDx talk, 'Unleashing Female Potential' - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hu3tMg_lzzw

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