I recently saw a post by a fellow LNC, inquiring: “How do I best manage leads, names, clients, contacts, supportive colleagues, and others while I grow my business?” What’s a LNC to do?
Every person I met at a recent event seemed to be a food, fashion or lifestyle blogger. While I personally love all of these types of blogs, they are not in my career wheelhouse. It made me consider why LNCs (including myself) need to be more active in this area.
There has never been a more important time to expand your skills and credentials in order to advance your career. The American Legal Nurse Consultant Certification Board has three announcements that you should know if you have, or are considering to earn, certification.
What a difference 18 years makes. I was a rarity way back in 1997, when I became a Legal Nurse Consultant and it was still a fairly new specialty practice. Hardly anyone knew what an LNC was, much less what to do with us. Nowadays, you can hardly swing a stethoscope without hitting one...
As I’ve previously mentioned, I’m excited for the transformation of the AALNC Presidents Blog to include voices from other leaders in the legal nurse specialty practice. This is a chance for more ideas, perspectives, and faces to be shared with our greater community.