Some popular press articles written by the folks at Emotivity, along with press interviews on a wide range of emotions-related topics.
In view of this year’s World Mental Health Day, Eugene Tee shares some thoughts on increasing awareness of mental health in Malaysia, and the steps we can each take to make our workplaces a little less stressful, and a little bit more psychologically safe.
Check out the Star Newspaper’s review of ‘Of Bromances and Biting Cute Babies,’ which features an interview by Sandy Clarke with authors Eugene Tee and Tsee Leng Choy!
Mindfulness can be help you ride the wave of difficult emotions, including anxiety. Sandy Clarke and Eugene Tee provide some suggestions on how to cultivate this practice to keep unhelpful thoughts quiet.
Much has been written about the positive aspects of servant leadership, but it can also be emotionally-draining and ineffective in certain contexts. By Eugene Tee
How do you raise children with the passion and perseverance to succeed in their goals and endeavours? Eugene Tee and Sybella Ng provide some thoughts on this.
Most of us would feel pangs of shame, guilt – self-conscious emotions when we behave unethically. But what if we reasoned away our emotions and actions? By Eugene Tee
Your brain screams in protest when you try to do that emotionally unpleasant task, causing you to put off that project until it’s too late. Neuroscientific evidence tells us the why and how of procrastination, and what we can do to overcome it. By Eugene Tee and Choy Tsee Leng
Mistakes were made, failure is experienced, along with a host of unpleasant emotions such as self-anger, shame, and regret. We can, however, learn from our failures and cultivate positive emotions to help us do so. By Eugene Tee
We revisit situational leadership apmoaches to managing teams, and how differences in follower skill and motivation mean that the best leadership style is also the most adaptable and responsive one. By Eugene Tee and Ng Yin Lu
Why is it so difficult – even strange, to be kind to ourselves? We discuss self-compassion, and some ways to cultivate acceptance and kindness to ourselves. By Eugene Tee and Sandy Clarke
Stressful experiences are often accompanied by unpleasant emotions – but the trick to building resilience may lie in how we perceive our stressful demands. By Eugene Tee and James Yeow