Farming News - Early Bird Tickets on Sale for Women in Dairy 'Motivation for Change' Conference

Early Bird Tickets on Sale for Women in Dairy 'Motivation for Change' Conference

Discounted early bird tickets are now on sale for this year's Women in Dairy (WID) 'Motivation for Change' Conference on 28 September, Sixways Stadium, Worcester.  

Until 31 July, tickets are at the discounted rate of £50+vat+booking fee, with Women in Dairy members receiving a 25% discount on the ticket price.  

This year renowned clinical psychologist Dr Hannah Vickery, Director of Training at the Charlie Walker Institute, Reading, will lead motivational workshops equipping delegates with the skills to help them meet their goals.  

She will discuss how delegates can motivate themselves and their team and the benefits they can bring to a business.  

This year's conference is designed to help delegates take that next step and push the barriers.  

Women in Dairy patron and conference chair Di Wastenage said: "Focussing on motivation will allow us to explore how we can find the energy and drive to set new goals. Everyone is on their own journey and having a plan for yourself and your business can bring tremendous personal and business rewards.  

"We want this conference to be thought-provoking, and whether delegates are looking for personal motivation or the tools and skills to motivate their team, this conference will help. It also provides a safe place for people to share their own experiences," she added.  

The one-day conference will also feature motivational talks from DairyLink Managing Director Barbara Griffiths, who will discuss her journey from working at Dairy Farmers of Britain (DFOB) to where she is now. In addition, Becca Cavill from Boehringer Ingelheim and Meg Lawrence, a Vet Tech at Tyndale Vets, will also look at how you can motivate yourself and your team to improve calf health.  

The conference is also a great networking event for women in the industry, with refreshments and lunch provided.  

Tickets for the event at Sixways Stadium, Worcestershire, can be purchased at, where there is also more information on the conference.  


About Women in Dairy and RABDF 

Women in Dairy is an RABDF initiative, designed to bring women working in the dairy industry together through regional discussion group meetings. The aim is to connect women, share knowledge, develop skills, and inspire by encouraging innovative thinking and vision for the future of UK dairy. 

RABDF is the sole UK charity focussed on the unique needs of milk producers and the only dairy organisation representing farmers that holds a Royal Warrant.'