Some media interviews and podcasts featuring the folks at Emotivity. Note: Depending on your internet connection, podcasts will take a few moments to load after you press play.
Is there an upside to your downside? Eugene Tee and Sandy Clarke give their views on how unpleasant, negative emotions – sadness, envy, anger, can actually be good for you, and how the desire to always be happy might be detrimental to our well-being.
Sandy Clarke and Eugene Tee discuss mindfulness – what it is, and its importance in helping anchor some stability, focus and attentiveness in our hectic, emotionally-demanding lives.
Emotional labour is the conscious, deliberate regulation of expressed emotion in accordance with organizational display rules – but it does take a toll on the individuals performing it. This session features chef Darren Teoh from Dewaka, Karen Yap from Manulife Holdings, Professor Nadia Thalmann from Nanyang Technological University and Eugene Tee.
The nine-to-five grind is made worse by micro-managing, mundane tasks, and lack of autonomy. Eugene Tee talks about the factors influence satisfaction and motivation at work.
Emotions serve key functions – and, despite the bad press it sometimes gets, is essential to decision-making and performance. By Eugene Tee
Work is an inherently emotional experience. How we feel about our jobs, colleagues and managers all impact how we perform, and how motivated we are. Eugene Tee discusses some discrete emotions at work – anger, jealousy, and emotions processes such as emotional contagion and labour.