As a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant you’ll be working with attorney-clients who have widely varying degrees of knowledge of medicine and medical terms. Of course your legal nurse consulting work product will contain medical and nursing terms that you take for granted.
There are many skills shared by successful Certified Legal Nurse Consultants, but did you know that one of the most important is being a world-class listener? Surprised?
Fear is a success stopper on two levels. First, it keeps you from going for what you want as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant. Second, it serves as a repellant for potential attorney-prospects.
When I speak to RNs in the CLNC® Certification Program I'm speaking to your potential – the potential you yourself might not even know you have.
If you’re like me, No is not a favorite word, unless you’re the one saying it (ask any two-year-old). When someone says No, it's up to you to claim Yes to who you really are.
I’m sure that Santa must have brought many Certified Legal Nurse Consultants and RNs spanking new computers. If he did, now you’re faced with a question – What do you do with your old, still functioning computer?
My first glimpse at becoming a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant came in the late 1990s when Vickie Milazzo described the exact type of career I envisioned for myself. I was immediately intrigued.
Kahlil Gibran said: “The obvious is that which is never seen until someone expresses it simply.” I can’t think of any wiser words for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants.
The holidays are behind us, so I’m in kick-butt mode. No excuses allowed. That’s why my advice delivered to a new Certified Legal Nurse Consultant yesterday was, “It’s time to buck up and buck up big for your legal nurse business!”
I have the privilege of working and conversing with RNs from all over the United States. Most RNs who attend the CLNC Certification Program share that it was dissatisfaction that pushed them to become a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant.