The Vet Dynamics Conference 2016 is to be held next weekend at the Oxford Belfry Hotel.

Alan Robinson.
Director Alan Robinson speaking at 2015’s conference.

“Leading change” is set to be the main theme of this year’s event, which will run from 15 to 17 September and features a mix of personal and practice development sessions, a sponsors’ exhibition and award ceremonies.

Big name speakers

Organisational development leadership coach Tim Threipland heads the list of presenters, which also includes:

  • Brian Faulkner
  • Sarah Page-Jones
  • Debbie Robinson
  • James Kenworthy
  • Neil Matthews
  • Michelle Lingard
  • Andy Green
  • event host and Vet Dynamics director Alan Robinson

Mr Robinson will open the event with a keynote speech discussing the challenges of leadership, followed by Vet Dynamics’ data architect Mr Kenworthy who will unveil what’s new with the firm’s online financial analysis software, the Index.

Mr Matthews will then share the latest news on data protection while Mr Threipland will focus on team performance.

Gala dinner

A black tie dinner and awards ceremony on the Friday evening will see awards being handed out to Vet Dynamics’ clients.

On Saturday, consultant and confidence coach Dr Faulkner will discuss why leadership is an uncertainty, while Mr Threipland, Ms Page-Jones, Vet Dynamics’ Ms Robinson, Mr Green of Pennard Vets and Michelle Lingard of Moy Vets will also be speaking to delegates.

For more information, visit www.vetdynamics.co.uk/annual-conference

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