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How's Your ePresence?

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Apr 23, 2020

Wendy Kinney

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

  1. 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.
  2. 1995, she opened the Atlanta office of PowerCore
  3. PowerCore Atlanta has 35 Teams and over 600 Members who understand the power of referral marketing and use it to their advantage.
  4. 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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Listener question:

  1. Ralph Amos, Marketing Strategist at Code Conspirators ASKED: "I've got 1,500 connections, now what do I do?"

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:

  1. What is the PowerCore story and how did you come to own it?
  2. For civic groups and PowerCore: How do you identify a toxic member of a group?
  3. For civic groups and PowerCore: Why is it important to remove a toxic member from a group?
  4. For civic groups and PowerCore: What is the fear that keeps people from removing a member?