To be successful for the long term, it pays to implement different strategies. This principle is even more true during the COVID-19 pandemic. I’ve asked 3 CLNC® Pros to share strategies they’ve implemented recently that have reaped positive results for their CLNC business during the pandemic.
In my CLNC® business, I devote a lot of time with a new subcontractor. The process takes patience and hard work – from both me and the subcontractor. I take a lot of pride in my CLNC business and I expect anyone I bring on board to be respectful of that. Unfortunately, I’ve had situations where I’ve put more effort into rewriting cases or listening to excuses as to why something wasn’t done on time or completed as requested. In the end, it wasn’t time-efficient or cost-effective. It was taking more time away from my case load, and as a busy mother of three, I don’t have time to spare.
With the COVID-19 pandemic many parents are fantasizing about sending their children and spouses off to camp for the duration of the pandemic. I myself am thinking about starting a new camp and I’m calling it Camp Buck-Up! This camp will be for all the people out there who have to be told to “buck-up” on a regular basis. This includes more than just the people who continually forget their responsibilities (I forgot the attorney needed the report yesterday), the whiners (You really need that report Monday?) and the complainers (Writing this report was a pain).
Referral is by far the best and fastest way to gain new attorney-clients and more cases for your legal nurse consulting business. Referral is not a gift. Referral business is something you have to earn. It is the result of providing excellent work product and excellent service.
My career as a legal nurse consultant began more than 17 years ago. I was working at a hospital as a geriatric clinical nurse specialist and wound care consultant. In the fall of 2003, a defense attorney contacted me and requested that I review medical records for a hospital.
Most of us are happy to have 2020 behind us. That said, I hope your new year is off to a joyful and productive start. Thankfully COVID-19 vaccines are on our horizons and we can all look forward to a new year that looks much different than the one we’ve left behind. I for one am looking forward to hugging friends and family and travelling again.
Gearing Up for 2021 – 1 Year, 365 Opportunities for Imagination, Creation and Innovation in 6 Simple Steps
2021 is around the corner. One year filled with 365 opportunities to grow your legal nurse consulting business. Approach 2021 strategically with imagination, creation and innovation and you will experience a year that is even stronger than 2020.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants often work with attorneys outside of their geographic area. In this blog four CLNC® consultants discuss the percentage of attorneys outside of their geographic area, the differences in consulting and communicating with these attorneys and how to expand your CLNC business outside of your geographic area.