Success in Top Echelon Network is predicated upon a great many things, not the least of which is Active Participation, one of the Four Pillars of the Network.
Among the ways that Network recruiters actively participate are Regional Core Group meetings (such as the Kansas City meeting pictured above) and Virtual Core Group meetings, both of which Top Echelon offers. But how often do Network recruiters participate in these Core Group meetings?
We recently conducted a survey of our Network recruiters, and that survey was based upon the following question:
Have you ever attended a Top Echelon Network Regional or Virtual Core Group meeting?
The choice of answers that were provided is listed below, along with the percentage of recruiters who selected each answer:
- Yes, I’ve attended both. — 49.4%
- Yes, I’ve attended a Regional Core Group meeting. — 12.7%
- Yes, I’ve attended a Virtual Core Group meeting. — 11.4%
- No, I’ve attended neither. — 26.6%
Nearly 75% of the Network recruiters who responded to the survey have attended a Regional Core Group meeting, a Virtual Core Group meeting, or both of them. That leaves just a quarter of participants having attended neither meeting.
If that was truly representative of the Network overall, it would bode quite well for the state of networking within Top Echelon. However, since the recruiters most likely to attend a Virtual or Regional Core Group meeting are also the most likely to participate in a Network survey, extrapolating these results might make for a slightly skewed conclusion.
How about YOU? Have you attended a Regional or Virtual Core Group meeting as a Top Echelon Network recruiter? If not, do you plan to attend one or the other in the near future?
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