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  • Newsweek Talks to Leslie Andrews about Augusta

     

    August 27, 2012

    By Leslie Andrews/Newsweek/The Daily BeastThe Daily Beast

     

    When Augusta National finally decided to admit women, Newsweek asked Leslie Andrews of Leslie Andrews Golf for her take.

    “Hugely symbolic.”  Condoleeza Rice and Darla Moore have cracked open the door to the ultimate boys’ club. Time for the rest of us to pick up a golf club, say thank you to them, and shove doors open all the way to the boardroom.”

    To read the full article, click here.




  • Crain’s Consults Leslie Andrews Golf

    Augst 17, 2012

    By Anne Fisher/Crain’s

    The season is never over for women taking up golf to help them succeed in business, or just to pursue golf as a hobby.  Crain’s talked to Leslie Andrews of Leslie Andrews Golf about how golf can help your business succeed — regardless of the size of your business.  And don’t think autumn is too late — it’s prime time to take up the game (and avoid the crowds at Randall’s Island Golf Center).

    To read the whole article, click here.




  • Fox and Friends: The Business Benefits of Golf
    June 3, 2012
    Fox and Friends Television interview with Leslie Andrews

     

    On the weekend edition of Fox and Friends, host Alisyn Camerota discussed the business benefits of golf with Leslie Andrews and received a golf lesson in four-inch heels!

    Leslie Andrews, author of “Even Par: How Golf Helps Women Gain the Upper Hand in Business” mentions that, even if you don’t know how to play golf, getting out on the course with colleagues is more about “how you comport yourself, about building relationships.”

    Watch the interview, golf lesson with Alisyn and get answers to questions like,
    “Why is golf so magical?” below:

     

     


    If this does not view properly, you can also watch the video on Video.FoxNews.com




  • Ask an Expert: Some small business lessons truly timeless
    June 5, 2012
    By Steve Strauss for USA Today

     

    USA Today logo“The content of your character that has more to do with your failure or success in life and business than your schooling or creativity or timing or most anything else.”

    That being said, Steve’s tip is about the strides made by women in business. He shared  Even Par: How Golf Helps Women Gain the Upper Hand in Business, by Leslie Andrews with his audience.

    “Even Par “offers not only a strong argument for why women need to add golf to their business repertoire, but also concrete tips for dealing with the intimidation and fear of embarrassment that too often keep women “off course” in their careers. A quick and easy read full of good advice.”

    Read the entire article on USAToday.com

     




  • The Next Women Book Review: “Even Par”
    May 31, 2012
    By Beth Pitts

     

    The Next Women logoVirginia Rometty’s exclusion from the member ranks of Augusta is a sad commentary on gender equity in 2012, but it belies a much bigger problem—the exclusion of women from the entrenched social networks that are key to business success.

    We asked three of our regular bloggers, Faith Brewitt, Lea Weitekamp and Adriana Galue to review Leslie Andrews’ book, “Even Par. How Golf Helps Women Gain the Upper Hand in Business“, and this is what they had to say:

    Read the whole article on TheNextWomen.com




  • How to Get Girls
    One of the growth opportunities for golf is women. Here’s how to draw them in

     

    May 28, 2012
    By Leslie Andrews for Sports Illustrated Magazine

    Sports Illustrated Golf

     

    The golf industry historically has been run by men, for men. Despite all of the rhetoric in recent years about bringing women into the game, the truth (sadly) is that more women won’t play golf until men insist that the golf industry learn how to make girls and women feel welcome.

    So, guys, what can you do for the daughter, niece or wife who’s thinking of taking up the game? Roll out the red carpet to the red tees! Here’s how…

    Read the whole article on Sports Illustrated.com




  • Yes, Ladies you DO Need to Play Golf

    May 21, 2012

    By Julie Steinberg

     

    Two weeks ago, WSJ.com ran an article entitled Nine Rules Women Need to Follow in order to succeed in business.  One of those was “Learn to Play Golf.”  The suggestions triggered unprecedented interest and accusations of anti-feminism.  WSJ.com reached out to Leslie Andrews to get her take.

    According to Andrews, it’s not about golf; it’s about being where decisions are made, where relationships are built.  It’s crazy for business women NOT to be on the golf course.

    Read the whole article on WSJ.com.




  • How Golf Can Help Women Advisors Increase Sales
    May 11, 2012
    By Mike Byrnes

     

    Women advisors need to use male-dominated activities, like golf, to make contacts and build relationships, advisors said at the NAPFA National conference in Chicago.

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    At the conference, a session titled, “How golf helps women gain the upper hand in business,” drew a strong audience.

    It is a myth that men at business outings are good golfers, so women shouldn’t feel nervous to participate.

    Continue Reading at FinancialPlanning.com




  • Not Playing Golf a Big Handicap for Female Advisers
    May 10, 2012
    By Andrew Osterland

     

    Investment News LogoWant to improve your relationships with your clients, increase your exposure to new potential clients and generally open up opportunities to expand your business?

    Learn how to swing a golf club, keep your head down and follow through toward your target.

    “You don’t have to love golf and you don’t have to be great at it. But you do need to use it as tool to reach your clients and colleagues.”  …Leslie Andrews

    Continue Reading on InvestmentNews.com




  • The Golf Club Radio Show Interview with Leslie Andrews

    May 5, 2012

    An insightful interview on May 5, 2012 by Danielle Tucker of The Golf Club Radio Show about Leslie Andrews’ new book, “Even Par. How Golf Helps Women Gain the Upper Hand in Business“.

     

    Learn why current LPGA Class “A” Teaching pro Leslie Andrews decided to combine a successful business career with her passion for golf. In her book, Even Par, Leslie introduces a “skillset” to women in order to be able to use golf as a power business tool to overcome intimidation.

     

    The Golf Club Radio ShowClick this link to listen to this powerful interview.

     

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