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Chelsea Myers    

Founder & CEO of Dental Life Coach; Leadership Development & Organizational Culture Expert

Chelsea Myers is a nationally recognized expert in leadership development, organizational culture, and creating environments of trust. As a former partner in dental practices and businesses, Myers experienced first-hand the importance of high level, ongoing support for executives, leaders, and doctors to cultivate cultures that scale and produce repeatable results.

Myers developed processes and curricula to support the personal and professional development of high performers. As the founder and CEO of Dental Life Coach Myers oversees the growth of her own organization, speaks and presents nationwide, and hosts the popular Dental Brain Crops Podcast. Myers now works with clients and businesses in many industries, utilizing her experience in the dental industry to create relatable and transferrable experiences for audiences and participants.

Myers began her career at Wells Fargo Bank where she recognized her passion for facilitating the growth of high-performers. She began coaching additional individuals in the evenings, including some dentists. Falling in love with the dental community, Myers partnered in dental practices and businesses. She continued coaching and spent the next few years learning, designing, and refining her coaching tools to best serve entrepreneurial dentists. Myers’s programs proved themselves highly valuable and successful, pushing her focus entirely toward the growth of Dental Life Coach. Dental Life Coach is dedicated to making exceptionally enriching lives accessible to all high-performing professionals.

Speech Topics

Cultivating Environments of Trust

In today's fast-paced and constantly changing workplace, cultivating an environment of trust is essential for the success of any organization. Trust among employees and between employees and management is crucial for creating a positive work culture and fostering innovation.

When employees trust their colleagues and managers, they feel comfortable sharing their ideas and opinions, even if they may be different or unpopular. This leads to more diverse perspectives and ideas, which can ultimately lead to breakthrough innovations and solutions.

In addition, a culture of trust encourages collaboration and teamwork. Employees are more likely to work together to solve problems and achieve shared goals when they feel that their contributions are valued and respected. This can lead to greater productivity, as well as higher job satisfaction and employee retention.

Furthermore, when employees trust their managers, they are more likely to be engaged and motivated in their work. They feel that their efforts are recognized and appreciated, which leads to a sense of pride and ownership in their work. This can translate into higher levels of job performance and a more positive work environment overall.

Overall, cultivating an environment of trust in the workplace is essential for promoting innovation, collaboration, and productivity. When employees feel trusted and valued, they are more likely to be engaged and motivated, which can lead to greater success for the organization as a whole.

Attendees Results:

Nurturing Psychological Safety Improving the Quality of Conversations Accountability that Encourages Growth Understanding Things to Avoid"

Transformational Leadership

Leading growth through transformational leadership is about using a leadership approach that inspires and motivates individuals to achieve higher levels of performance and reach their full potential. Transformational leaders focus on creating a vision for the future, setting clear goals, and empowering and supporting their team to achieve them.

This type of leadership requires a focus on building strong relationships and fostering a positive work culture based on trust, transparency, and collaboration. It also involves encouraging creativity, innovation, and learning, and promoting a growth mindset among team members.

Transformational leaders recognize the importance of continuous improvement and change management, and are willing to embrace new ideas and approaches to drive growth and success. They are able to adapt to changing circumstances and effectively communicate the vision and goals of the organization to their team members.

Attendees Results:

Support Individual Capabilities Stimulate Intellect Inspire and Demonstrate Optimism Model Ethical Behavior"

Understanding Your Brain

Understanding the brain is essential to understanding how humans make decisions and process information. The brain can be thought of as having two primary components - the primitive programming, which includes the brainstem and limbic system, and the prefrontal cortex.

The primitive programming is responsible for regulating basic survival functions such as breathing, heart rate, and fight-or-flight responses. This part of the brain is instinctual and automatic, and often operates below the level of conscious awareness.

In contrast, the prefrontal cortex is responsible for more complex cognitive processes such as decision-making, problem-solving, and planning. This part of the brain allows us to think critically, weigh the pros and cons of different options, and make informed choices based on our goals and values.

To make effective decisions, it is important to understand how the brain works and to be able to tap into the prefrontal cortex. This can involve developing strategies to bypass the primitive programming and access higher-level thinking, such as taking deep breaths, practicing mindfulness, or using visualization techniques.

By using the prefrontal cortex to make decisions, individuals can consider multiple perspectives and potential outcomes, and make choices that align with their values and goals. This can lead to better decision-making and a greater sense of control over one's life and circumstances.

Attendee Results:

The Brain's Operating System Default Programming How We Think How We Feel - Action Drivers

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