3 Leadership Mistakes Limiting Your Success (1165)
Professional Development |  Leadership
Saturday |  8:00 AM -  8:50 AM
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center||214C



Amanda Donnelly DVM, MBA
ALD Veterinary Consulting

Dr. Amanda Donnelly is a sought-after speaker, author, business consultant, and second-generation veterinarian. Having worked in her father's practice growing up, she developed a passion for veterinary medicine at a young age. With over 29 years of experience in the veterinary profession, Dr. Donnelly understands the challenges facing practice teams. She is driven by her goals of helping veterinarians become better leaders and teaching teams how to enhance the client service experience. <br><br>Dr. Donnelly is a graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Missouri, Columbia. She has an MBA from Baker University in Overland Park, Kansas and she also holds a certificate in Veterinary Practice Administration from the AAHA Veterinary Management Institute (VMI) at Purdue University. <br><br>Dr. Donnelly is Past-President of VetPartners™, a national organization of consultants and advisors. She is the author of the book 101 Practice Management Questions Answered available from AAHA.<br><br>A member of the National Speakers Association, Dr. Donnelly has twice been named Practice Management Speaker of the Year for the North American Veterinary Conference. <br><br>In her spare time, she enjoys cycling, outdoor activities and watching football.

Presentation Info

Audience: CE Pathway: Students & Early Career
CE Credit(s): 1.00
CE Level: 2


Being an effective leader isn’t always easy. You have tough decisions to make, many job responsibilities and plenty of distractions. With so much to do, it is easy to lose focus and spend time on the wrong activities. In this session you’ll discover what action steps you must take to be successful.

This session is part of CE Pathway: Students & Early Career

Learning Objectives

1. How to be a proactive vs. reactive leader

2. How to development productive employees

3. How to help staff embrace change

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