If you missed our video webinar, “7 Signs That You’re the Ideal Candidate for Becoming a Legal Nurse Consultant” you can view it now. We interview two Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and discuss what it takes to be the ideal candidate for attorneys.
If you missed the Video Webinar, “Attorney-Client Retention Strategies for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants” Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can view it now.
If you missed our Video Webinar, “7 Ways to Maximize a Legal Nurse Consultant Program to Become a Legal Nurse” you can view it now. Two Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, Suzanne Arragg and Dorene Goldstein discuss how to get the most out of the CLNC® Certification Program.
If you missed the Video Webinar, 10 Benefits and Perks Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Enjoy you can view it now!
If you missed our Video Webinar, 10 Common Misconceptions About Legal Nurse Consulting you can view it now!
If you missed the Video Webinar, “How to Use Social Media to Promote Your CLNC® Business” Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can view it now.
Living through the COVID-19 pandemic, there can be a lot to complain about, but I’ve personally never been a fan of complaining, nor am I a fan of complainers.
The Institute frequently mentors new CLNC® graduates on creating their unique selling position (USP). Your USP communicates how your legal nurse consulting experience, nursing experience, education and leadership in nursing can specifically benefit the attorney-client with his medical-related cases. In essence, you are translating your experience into a benefit for the attorney. USP is not about you and the CLNC services that you provide. It is about how you translate you and your CLNC services into the mind of the attorney-prospect.
Nurses naturally have the strength of agility. After all, you can’t be a nurse and not be agile. When you have five people talking to you at once, and you’re handling five different emergencies at once, that takes agility. When you go from this to that, without time to think and seconds are making a difference – that’s agility. When you’re floated to a unit you know nothing about – and you don’t kill anyone – that’s agility. As nurses, we’re all over that strength, aren’t we?