What is Play Fair
Kids Play has adapted their proven gender equity, sports-based programming and methodology from Rwanda and Cambodia into a relevant training for the US. PlayFair training builds competencies around our 5 PlayFair skills: 1 ) Respect; 2 ) Community; 3 ) Contribution; 4 ) Opportunity; and 5 ) Moral Courage.
The PlayFair training provides a framework for participants to foster positive culture and connections in the places they play, work, and live.
Keynote Speaking or Training can be geared toward any of these groups:
Parents of Athletes
Speaker & Training: OPTIONS
Tracy will always leave you and your Team inspired, motivated and equipped with tangible PlayFair tools to immediately start applying to make sustainable change within yourself, the people you engage with and in the places you work, play and live.
Inspirational Olympic Story with
PlayFair skill overview to improve Culture and Connection
Practical Skill Takeways
Interactive 90 minute motivational talk
Session or Clinic
Inspirational Olympic Story with
PlayFair Culture and Connection applied skill training on 1 or multiple PlayFair skills
Interactive discussion, sport-based learning activities and Practical Skill Takeaways
Half Day or Multiple Days
On-going Culture and Connection applied skill training using all 5 PlayFair modules
Interactive discussion, sport -based learning activities, and practical day to day application of tools and techniques
Train the Trainer
Virtual Staff Huddles
Monitor and Evaluate Impact Create Sustainable Change
Speaker & Training: Topics
Tracy will help participants assess personal strengths and challenges and improve awareness that everything they do, say and model shapes the people around them and molds the culture where they interact.
PlayFair employs an applied and interactive, sport-based approach to build culture and connection through improving competencies in 5 core areas.
Using the Olympic Values to Live and Inspired Life
Builds Culture and Connection by Asking about or Knowing someone’s story.
Builds Culture and Connection by Providing situations that promote risk taking and perseverance.
Builds Culture and Connection by Discovering and celebrating everyone’s strengths in your workplace.
Builds Culture and Connection by Providing a place that is supportive and tolerant, to listen and share one another ideas and beliefs.
Builds Culture and Connection by Being a mentor who has the integrity and advocacy to care, speak up and take action when nobody or everyone is watching.
What do you gain from participating in training?
By the end of the training, your Coaches and Staff will be able to:
- Build respectful and positive relationships.
- Acknowledge and praise contributions and successes of individuals and the collective
- Listen and freely share thoughts, opinions, and perspectives.
- Advocate for others.
Inspiring long-term sustainable change requires the ongoing commitment to and application of the PlayFair skills, tools and techniques.
Tracy Evans has distinguished herself through a lifetime of achievement, both on and off the field of play. A three-time Olympian (1994, 1998, 2002) and national champion in freestyle skiing, she became the first aerial skier to perform both a double-twisting triple somersault and triple-twisting double somersault in competition.
Equally impressive to her revolutionary performance on the snow are her trailblazing efforts to ensure sport delivers on the promise of its power, globally.
Following a volunteer trip to Rwanda, in 2008, Evans founded Kids Play International, a nonprofit organization which aims to promote gender equity and the Olympic values by introducing less familiar sports to youth in post-genocide affected countries.