Elanco Sponsors Vet Practice Management Webinar Series
12 years agoElanco Companion Animal Health is sponsoring a series of informative vet practice management webinars to educate veterinary professionals, including practice owners, managers and employees, in all aspects of the veterinary business including leadership, client footfall, managing staff and profitable business models. Hosted by Vet Dynamics and The Webinar Vet, the webinars will feature presentations by leading international practice management experts and will focus on the changes necessary to survive and thrive in challenging times. The topics covered include: More choice, more vets, more options … How to reach the owners you need 6 March Alison Lambert, OnSwitch (UK) How to get more clients into your vet practice WITHOUT having to sell 3 April Tom Poland, 80/20 Centre (Australia) Hitting the target – setting and achieving objectives 1 May Nancy Slessenger, Vinehouse Essential (UK) Are you an effective veterinary leader? 12 June Diederick Geldermen, Turbo Charge Your Veterinary Practice (Australia) Getting the best from the team – motivational performance management 10 July Helen Frewin, Workhorse Recruitment (UK) New ways of working – collaborative business models for the new economy 4 September Alan Robinson, Vet Dynamics (UK) The leadership academy – developing effective leadership in practice 2 October Brian Faulkner, Frontfoot Consultancy (UK) The Yellow Pages are dead ... or are they? 6 November Dave Nicol, The Hamster Wheel Blog (Australia) Each webinar starts at 8.30pm GMT and accounts for one hour’s CPD. The first veterinary practice management webinar, which focused on ‘Unconventional wisdom in an economic downturn’ and was presented by Shawn McVey, McVey Management Solutions (USA), is now available to view online. For further information on the vet practice management webinar series please visit www.thewebinarvet.com, contact your local Elanco Companion Animal Health key account manager or email [email protected].
15th February, 2012 11h39