Are you so hungry for work as a legal nurse consultant that you would say yes to any attorney who asked you to provide services? Pat never thought she would have to answer that question until she met Mr. Senior Partner. Would you work for a bully attorney?
Listen in as Pat Iyer chats about these points in this week’s Iyer’s Insights:
- The most shocking interview she ever experienced with a bully attorney
- How to validate your concerns
- Why not all work is good work. Not all clients are desirable ones
- Why you should trust your instincts
- If an attorney is rude, unpleasant or a bully, set your boundaries and define the behavior you will tolerate and what you won’t.
- How not to let hunger for work temper your judgment about the risks of working with a bully attorney.
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