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.
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'?
Blinded by Unawareness: Why We’re Not as Self-Aware as We Think Ourselves to Be
By DR EUGENE YJ TEE Cultivating self-awareness is important, but we first need to recognise the many cognitive biases – deviations in our thinking that hinder us from well-reasoned and justified assessments of ourselves. When we don’t know what we don’t know about ourselves, it is impossible to be truly self-aware.
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.
How To Overcome Negative Emotions In 4 Simple Steps
By SANDY CLARKE & EUGENE YJ TEE
Stress isn’t necessarily a negative thing in itself and can be valuable within certain contexts. However, being under too much stress can cause considerable mental, physiological and physical problems over the short and long term. Having said that, we can work with our minds in a way that requires minimal effort to ensure that we reduce any unnecessary stress.
How Mindfulness Can Help You Overcome Anxiety
By SANDY CLARKE & DR EUGENE TEE
As mental health issues such as anxiety are on the rise throughout the world, practices such as mindfulness are viewed as effective complementary treatments alongside conventional methods − but how can mindfulness be applied to help reduce the symptoms of anxiety?