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McCarthy Selected as Turknett Leadership Character Award
Date:9/19/2013

ATLANTA, GA (PRWEB) September 19, 2013

Marci McCarthy, CEO & President of T.E.N., was named the 2013 Turknett Leadership Character Award Winner in the Small/Medium Business Category during a special luncheon Wednesday, Sept. 18, at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Ga.

Presented annually by Atlanta-based Turknett Leadership Group, the awards recognize individuals who demonstrate integrity; relate to customers, suppliers, co-workers and others with respect; and maintain a culture in which everyone takes responsibility for achieving results while upholding the organization’s core values.

McCarthy was recognized because she embodies the Turknett leadership character model of integrity with a balance of respect and responsibility. She forms meaningful relationships with her staff, clients, and others in the industry, and takes a humanistic, transparent approach to working with and helping others. Marci recognizes that when clients engage T.E.N. for an event, they are making an investment and committing the energy of their financial resources. Marci respects their investment by ensuring they receive superior service – and often more than what is promised.

“Marci’s high level of integrity and the way in which she conducts business has positioned T.E.N. to achieve bottom-line results and long-lasting success,” said nominator Brooke Cook, vice president of marketing operations for T.E.N. “She excels at empowering and inspiring a “best-of-the-best” team that is committed to the business, and because of her leadership, our team consistently meets or exceeds client expectations and continually strives for innovation.”

Outside her role as founder and CEO of T.E.N., McCarthy supports and advances the technology and business communities through various initiatives. In 2012, Marci called upon the information security community to support the victims of Hurricane Sandy. As a result of her efforts and the outpo
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