Launching Your Nursing Education Business
By Louise Jakubik, PhD, RN-BC, CSP®
Discover how to translate your expertise as a specialty nurse into a fun and profitable nursing education business. Attend this fun, motivational and content-dense session to tap into the experience of a million-dollar nurse who has successfully launched 2 highly niched nursing education businesses and who wants to show you how to do just that! Whether your goal is to make some extra money or to replace your current job working in the nursing education, this session is for you!
During this pre-conference seminar, you will learn:
- Clarify your nursing education business focus/niche
- Explore market place need and opportunity for your nursing education business
- Identify various revenue streams for your nursing education business
- Identify the keys to success in a nursing education business
Who Should Attend:
- Anyone who wants to start or jump start a nursing education business.
Louise Jakubik, PhD, RN-BC, CSP is a million-dollar nurse who has grown 2 successful, highly niched nursing education businesses. Louise was our highly acclaimed key note speaker at NNBA 2016 on “Business Ownership as THE Difference Maker for the Life and Work You Really Want.” Louise is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) by the National Speakers Association; this is the highest international recognition for professional speakers. She is one of fewer than 30 nurses in the world who have earned this designation. Louise was awarded the 2016 Mentor Award from the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE), an award that recognizes a nurse in executive practice who has been exemplary in supporting the professional development of his or her colleagues by serving as a mentor. Louise’s true love is to mentor and support nurses in their professional journeys. She is a seasoned national speaker, consultant, and author. She typically travels more than 40 out of 52 weeks per year on paid speaking engagements and consultations. Louise has been a proud member of the National Nurses in Business Association (NNBA) for 13 years since starting her first business. And she believes that NNBA has played a pivotal role in her development and success as a nurse entrepreneur and business owner.