Dr Eugene YJ Tee
Dr Eugene YJ Tee is presently Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, HELP University. He is the author of two books – “Of Bromances and Biting Cute Babies”, and “Mindfulness and Emotions,” and has research interests in the role of positive emotions and positive psychology in organisational contexts. Eugene enjoys video games and is currently binging a little too much on Netflix.
Positive Psychology: Harnessing the Good and Right in People
By DR EUGENE TEE – A century-old debate within the organisational sciences revolves around one deceptively simple question: “Is management synonymous with leadership?” We can have managers who are not leaders. Likewise, we can too, have leaders who are not effective managers.
12th Apr 2020
Love at Work: On Loving Your Colleagues, Having a Work Spouse, and Managing Office Romances
By DR EUGENE YJ TEE Love is a word we use sparingly, reserving it only for those with whom we share intimate emotional bonds with. But is it possible to love at work and have what is known as a ‘work spouse’?
13th Feb 2020
The Elements Of Persuasion: Influencing Through Dominance And Prestige
By DR EUGENE YJ TEE
The ability to influence effectively rests at the very core of effective leadership. We are captivated, literally, by individuals who influence effectively. We are enthralled by the personality, skill, and achievements of effective leaders, and even craft stories around them.
24th Aug 2018
Enough About Leaders, What About Followers?
By EUGENE Y. J. TEE Effective leaders are those who develop effective followers. Good leadership depends on good followership and great leadership is built on great followership. Do you agree?
8th Dec 2017
The Road To Hell Is Paved With Good Intentions (And Lies to Oneself)
By EUGENE TEE
There are many notable and respected leaders in their fields who are descending into a morass of unethical behaviours and giving reasons – if not unsettlingly creative justifications for their actions.
26th May 2017
5 Dangers Of Procrastination And How You Can Beat It
By DR EUGENE YJ TEE and DR CHOY TSEE LENG Our brains ‘make’ us procrastinate, says science but there are ways to overpower the urge to delay things.
17th Mar 2017