About

Your people are your greatest challenge…

Lead them well and they become your greatest asset.

The Lincoln Institute is a leadership development organization providing Leadership Training, Education, Bench-marking and Business Development Strategy to Veterinary Business and allied health in Australia and New Zealand.

We combine the teaching of the Australian Graduate School of Management MBA program, The Royal Military College Duntroon Officer Training School and many years of operational experience both in the corporate setting and small to medium business with a focus on Veterinary Practices and allied health.

Founded in 2011, Lincoln Institute is well recognized as the go to organization for the veterinary, dental and paramedical professions. 

Whilst typical practice owners are highly skilled clinicians, they often lack any formal training in business leadership and management. Consequently, most veterinary, dental and paramedical businesses never reach their potential and their owners are frequently frustrated by poor work-life balance and financial under-performance.

Lincoln works with a multitude of predominantly Veterinary Practices from all over Australia & New Zealand to successfully bridge this gap.

We equip senior personnel to deliver sound business strategy with clarity and purpose whilst the owner leverages themselves out of the business to the extent of their own choosing. In addition, we offer virtually-delivered onsite team-based training to maximise staff engagement, accountability and retention.

The Lincoln Institute Team don’t just “Talk the Talk”

All four of the Lincoln Institute’s Directors are highly successful business leaders in their own right who have “walked the talk” when it comes to the successful implementation of Leadership and Business strategy within their own businesses.

There are many organizations that teach the theory who have never actually achieved success in the real world implementing what they teach… So choose who you learn from carefully.

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