Apr 23, 2020
Mark Galvin sits down with
Wendy Kinney of PowerCore
to discuss how to deal with toxic people in a group setting.
If you are a member of any networking, civic, or religious group,
you need to hear this!
Who is Wendy Kinney of PowerCore
- For more than 10 years Wendy Kinney has given sales people and
entrepreneurs the tools they need to build their businesses through
referral based marketing.
- 1995, she opened the Atlanta office of PowerCore
- PowerCore Atlanta has 35 Teams and over
600 Members who understand the power of referral marketing and use
it to their advantage.
- Wendy customizes training courses, facilitates work sessions,
and presents keynote addresses for meeting planners who want to add
more interactivity to their events.
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Conspirators ASKED: "I've got 1,500 connections, now what do I
News - here is what we talked about:
The discussion with Wendy was not focused on PowerCore but how a
member of a group that is causing problems, #toxic, can impact the
success or the mission of the group:
- What is the PowerCore story and how did you come to own
- For civic groups and PowerCore: How do you identify a toxic
member of a group?
- For civic groups and PowerCore: Why is it important to remove a
toxic member from a group?
- For civic groups and PowerCore: What is the fear that keeps
people from removing a member?