Women’s Leadership Forum
Women’s Golf Clinic
May 10, 17, 24, 31 | 5:30 – 6:30 pm | Findlay Country Club
Session 1 – May 10: Golf 101
This lesson will stress the fundamentals, ball flight, and what makes the ball go high and straight.
Session 2 – May 17: Pitching vs. Chipping
In this lesson, you will learn the difference between a pitch and a chip, and understand the technique on how to hit it close to the hole.
Session 3 – May 24: Secrets of Distance
This lesson will provide you with the information on how to hit the driver and fairway woods as far as your body will allow.
Session 4 – May 31: Saving Strokes with the Putter
This lesson is all bout putting – You will discuss proper set-up, speed control, green reading, and you’ll be provided with games and practice drills to help you lower your scores.
Women’s Mentoring Connections: The Art of Multitasking – Give Your Brain a Break!
May 24, 2018 | 8 am – 9:30 am | Birchaven Clubhouse
Women’s Mentoring Connections: On the Move – Learn the Value of Multiple Work Experiences
August 23, 2018 | 8 am – 9:30 am | Birchaven Clubhouse
Women’s Mentoring Connections: Effective Communication With Your Boss
November 15, 2018 | 8 am – 9:30 am | Birchaven Clubhouse
a little bit about us:
The Women’s Leadership Program was launched with the goal to engage, educate and develop women in leadership positions in the workplace and the community. The program also fulfills a key part of its strategic plan to support and promote small and local business and entrepreneurial development.
Women’s Leadership Forums are the backbone of the program, and provide a way for hundreds of local women to come together, network and learn from experts about topics that directly impact their personal and professional lives.
The Women’s Mentoring Connections program was developed to build on the inter-generational skills and personal and business development needs of Women’s Leadership participants. This smaller, more intimate group, meets regularly to discuss topics ranging from public speaking skills to community philanthropy. Each session includes a panel of women, spanning four generations, and is hosted by a moderator. Donations to local charities are also often a part of the meeting.