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How to be a Successful LNC shares the secrets I discovered from creating and building a highly successful LNC business. Shortcut your learning, avoid expensive mistakes and dive into the knowledge I share about what it takes to be successful.
How to Create Lasting LNC-Client Relationships focuses on what really counts as an LNC- having strong relationships with your clients drives your success. Working with attorneys is challenging and rewarding. You can have an aggressive marketing program to bring in new clients, but if you cannot retain them, you’ll be endlessly spinning your wheels.
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I highly recommend this book! Pat Iyer presents invaluable information with examples on recognizing and understanding personalities of desirable and undesirable attorney clients. This book is a must-have for LNC's who are striving to build successful attorney client relationships in their businesses, especially new LNC’s.
Abby Page RN, BSN, LNC
How to Create Lasting LNC-Client Relationships (Book 10 of the Creating a Successful Legal Nurse Consulting Practice) provides a deep dive into the special relationship between legal nurse consultants and their clients. Working with attorneys is challenging and rewarding. Without a steady stream of attorneys who love working with you, your legal nurse consulting business collapses. Does this worry you? It should!
The core of being a successful LNC is being able to effectively work with attorneys.
You can have an aggressive marketing program to bring in new clients, but if you cannot retain them, you’ll be endlessly spinning your wheels. Your clients will stay with you when you understand what they want, how they are wired, and how you can do a great job for them.
When I ran my independent LNC business, some stayed with me for more than 20 years.
This book explains the best way to build a solid client retention program, using strategies that work to identify the desirable clients and avoid the trouble makers.
This is an essential reference for every LNC. Order now!
How to Create Lasting LNC-Client Relationships is another fact filled resource tool for all LNCs. Whether you are just starting out in the business or are a seasoned veteran, there are plenty of practical pearls of wisdom in the book. She uses real life examples, coupled with bits of humor, and gives great advice in this easy to follow guide. This book teaches you how to streamline your communication and master relationship building. Pat is a brilliant educator and insightful mentor. If you are looking to take your business to the next level, get your hands on any of her books or courses that she has authored and consider joining her LNC Academy coaching program.
Lisa Wilson, BSN, RN, CLNC
Reading this book is like being thrown a legal nurse consultant life line! The author’s real-life examples put you right in the middle of difficult situations that you know could happen to you. It not only shows you how to get out of common LNC predicaments, but how to avoid them in the first place! Step by step, you learn how to handle payment differences, navigate attorney client personality types, learn to spot characteristics of the client you want, and characteristics of the nightmare client you don’t want! This is valuable information that is difficult to find!
Janet Hilkemann MHA, RN, CPHRM, LNCC
There is so much valuable information in Pat Iyer’s latest book, “How to be a Successful LNC: Tips for Your Business”! Pat is an excellent communicator who writes as a colleague speaking directly to You. Pat comfortably shares personal stories of successes—and mistakes—she faced and learned from, as she grew her LNC business into the profitable million-dollar company she built from the ground up. With Pat’s guidance, an entrepreneurial-minded nurse can develop into, not simply an LNC, but a well-rounded entrepreneurial legal nurse consultant business owner.
Nina Latting, RN, LNC, HFSN