Meet Tina Gunn Weede, President & CEO, Gratitudes Group, Member of SITE since 2009

This article was published May 1, 2019 by SITE After completing her formal education at The Art Institute in Atlanta, studying art marketing and advertising, Tina Gunn Weede went to work for advertising giant J. Walter Thompson in thier recruitment advertising division, where she worked for two years. She started her journey in the

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Our Digital Lives Don’t Need to Make Us Unhappy, Unhealthy, and Unwise

by Carrie Barron,Nicco Mele, Michael Phillips Moskowitz Fifty five years ago this month, America reached a hazardous milestone: “peak tobacco.” Men and women that year smoked more cigarettes than ever before recorded—523 billion of them. Only after four decades of slow decline – and millions of smoking-related deaths – did American culture reluctantly jettison tobacco as

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Giving Feedback: Abstract Vs. Behavioral

Culture,Engagement / February 12, 2019

By Stephanie Burns Contributor ForbesWomen Recently, I was fortunate to facilitate part of a workshop with one of my mentors, Rick Barrera. Rick is a professional speaker and trainer, working with companies like Husqvarna, IBM, Verizon and others. He was holding a quarterly training for a group of sales professionals on Intentional Leadership. I was there

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Make Your Employees Feel Psychologically Safe

Business,Culture / February 5, 2019

How To Build a Fearless Organization Interview by Martha Lagace “Psychological safety at work takes effort. It’s not the norm. But it’s worth the effort,” says Professor Amy Edmondson. She explains how and why a culture of open candor—and the willingness and courage to speak up—is a strategic asset and can be developed in companies

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5 Daily Habits to Steal from Mark Cuban, Including Watching “Law & Order” to Unwind

Culture / December 11, 2018

You know him from his snarky attitude and quick wit on ABC’s infamous Shark Tank. But long before he made great television, Mark Cuban was building an empire. Since the age of 12, he was fascinated with business and finances, applying his ambitious and tenacious attitude toward everything he touched. From selling garbage bags to pay

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5 Daily Habits to Steal from Will Smith, Including Manifesting the Life He Desires

Culture / December 4, 2018

In case you weren’t aware, Will Smith actually was born and raised in west Philadelphia, and he’s spent most of his days since childhood rising to fame. Once named the most powerful actor in Hollywood, Will Smith has not only been nominated for five Golden Globes and two Academy Awards but he’s won four Grammys, too. In

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5 Daily Habits to Steal from Meghan Markle Including Her Sacred Morning Ritual

Culture / November 28, 2018

Most everyone wishes they could trade their commoner digs for a royal address. Meghan Markle, or now officially recognized as Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, did just that when she became the wife to the last eligible royal bachelor, Prince Harry, earlier this year. She wasn’t merely waiting around in an ivory tower to be rescued

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5 Daily Habits to Steal From LeBron James, Including His Powerful Anti-Stress Ritual

Culture / November 20, 2018

“Take it from a future NBA Hall of Famer, recovery time is as important to success as working hard.” Dr. Luis Valdez American professional basketball player for the Los Angeles Lakers and household name, LeBron James doesn’t just shoot and score… he does it on repeat. For more than a decade, LeBron has experienced monumental success, earning

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Culture: Your Environment for People at Work

Culture,Engagement / October 29, 2018

Your Environment That You Provide for Employees at Work People in every workplace talk about organizational culture, that mysterious word that characterizes the qualities of a work environment. One of the key questions and assessments, when employers interview a prospective employee, explores whether the candidate is a good cultural fit. Culture is difficult to define, but you

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Creating a Purpose-Driven Organization

Business,Culture / October 16, 2018

By Robert E. Quinn and Anjan V. Thakor When Gerry Anderson first became the president of DTE Energy, he did not believe in the power of higher organizational purpose. We’re not talking about having a clear mission that focuses largely on how a business will generate economic value. DTE had one that set out the goal of

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