Laura Nelson

Laura has committed years of study to learning how to manage and empower team members and is the founder of Front Office Rocks, the leader in on-demand training for dental practices. Laura witnessed first-hand that continual training was missing in the dental practice and built Front Office Rocks to be a 24/7 virtual resource for dental practices.

With her interactive and innovative approach, Laura has mentored thousands of dentists and dental team members to achieve unprecedented results in growth. She has empowered dentists and office managers to excel at performance-based hiring and loves to share her best-known methods for achieving the ultimate level of customer service in your practice. Laura lives in Coronado, CA with her husband, Chris, and enjoys traveling & exploring new destinations, biking and other fitness activities including Spartan races.

“It’s not just about your dentist’s capability and skill, it’s about people; relating to our patients as people first, great service, and promoting their health.” – Laura Nelson

Innovator Insights

Focus on building positive habits: Change and improvement come from small, consistent actions. Identify the habits that will lead you closer to your goals, whether it’s showing up at the gym, having regular communication with your team, or seeking personal growth. Start implementing these habits now to make progress towards where you want to be.
Embrace change and adapt to new technologies: Stay open to embracing new technologies and platforms that can enhance your business. Front office rocks isexpanding its training to include a community and an app, leveraging social engagement and mobile accessibility. Explore how you can leverage technology to improve your own operations and reach a wider audience.
Trust your intuition and follow your gut: When faced with decisions and uncertainties, trust your inner voice. Laura emphasizes the importance of listening to your instincts and making choices based on what feels right to you. Your intuition can guide you in both personal and professional matters.
Prioritize personal and professional growth: Laura’s desire to continue learning, speaking, and helping the dental industry demonstrates the importance of ongoing growth. Make it a priority to invest in your personal and professional development. Seek out opportunities to learn, attend conferences, join communities, and surround yourself with like-minded individuals who inspire and challenge you.
Support and uplift others in your industry: Acknowledge and honor the innovators and mentors who have made a positive impact on your journey. 

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