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Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Agility

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• Want to discover what Emotional Intelligence really is and how it can be applied to your career?

• Want to hear and ask about Emotional Intelligence from the Researchers themselves?

Then head on down to Talentbank’s and Listen’s groundbreaking 2.5 hours Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Agility Masterclass!


[About the Workshop]

Emotional intelligence consists of skills that enable an individual to better understand their emotions, the emotions of those around them, manage their emotions, and use emotions for professional and productive effectiveness. This course introduces participants to this critical skill, and to a related skill called emotional agility – being responsive and flexible towards different emotional situations at work.

By the end of this module, participants will be better equipped to label their emotions, be more skilled in identifying non-verbal emotion cues in others, respond (rather than react) to difficult emotions, and adopt healthy approaches to managing emotions in themselves and in others.


[Requirements]

• Open to all

[Content]

Part 1: Recognizing and Labelling Emotions (7:00 – 7:50pm)


Basic and Complex Emotions: The first part of this course introduces learners to what emotions are, their key functions, and the most recurrent emotions within the context of workplace settings.

Learning Activities: Emotions and their Functions, Complex Emotions


Bodily Language and Micro-Expressions: Emotions are sometimes expressed subtly, but, with sufficient practice, can be detected and identified. This part of the course helps learners better perceive and recognize emotion cues.

Learning Activities: Reading Body Language; Spotting Micro-Expressions


Part 2: Managing Stressful Emotions (8:00 – 8:50pm)

Bodily Responses to Stress: Emotions alter how our bodies respond to stress. For the second part of the course, the focus is developing skills to help regulate stress by challenging unhelpful thoughts and perceptions.

Learning Activities: Mapping Emotions to Bodily Responses; Defusing Anger and Catastrophic Thinking


Part 3: Being Emotionally Agile (9:00 – 9:30pm)

Emotional Agility: Being emotionally agile means being able to select an emotional response to a given situation. The final part of the course provides some strategies for learners on how to cultivate this skill.

Learning Activities: Matching Your Emotional Response to the Situation

[About the Trainer]

Dr. Eugene Yu Jin Tee

PhD (Management) (University of Queensland)

Bachelor of Business Management (Management & Organizations)

First Class Honours (University of Queensland)

Current Roles

Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, HELP University.

Research Coordinator, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, HELP University.

Profile

Dr. Eugene Y. J. Tee is presently Senior Lecturer at the Department of Psychology, HELP University, where he teaches and conduct research in the field of emotions and emotional intelligence. Dr. Tee has given over 70 presentations, both locally and internationally, on psychology-related topics such as emotions and emotional intelligence. He has also been featured on BFM’s “The Big Picture” and “Evening Edition” discussing emotional intelligence in the workplace, providing suggestions on creating emotionally-healthy work environments. His research work has been featured in both academic books, journals, seminars and popular print media. Dr. Tee has also conducted emotions management training sessions for both the public and private sector organizations both in Malaysia such as The New Zealand High Commission, Great Eastern Life, Petronas, MSIG, MalaysiaKini, World Vision, Royal Canin, Comfori, Cosmotots, Taylor’s Universityas well as in Australia, where he consulted with the Housing Industry Association (HIA) and Relationships Australia. He is also a member of the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE), Asian Association for Social Psychology (AASP), Academy of Management (AoM) and the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM). He is the author of “Of Bromances and Biting Cute Babies: Questions about Emotions you (Probably) Never Thought of Asking” (with Dr. Choy Tsee Leng) and “Mindfulness and Emotions: Understanding your Mind and Benefits of Being Present” (forthcoming, with Sandy Clarke). Dr. Tee is the founder of Emotivity (www.emotivity.my), a web portal dedicated to the science of emotions.

Former Clients

A detailed list of the programs, seminars and training Dr. Tee have conducted is as follows:

  • Deleum Berhad – Development and facilitation of a mindfulness and stress management module.
  • New Zealand High Commission – Development and facilitation of an emotional competencies for effective conflict resolution training module.
  • World Vision Malaysia – Development of an emotional intelligence and psychological resilience training module.
  • Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group (MSIG, Malaysia) – Facilitation of an emotional intelligence for personal and professional success module.
  • MalaysiaKini (Malaysia) – Facilitation of an emotional intelligence for leadership module.
  • Royal Canin (Malaysia) – Facilitation of an emotional awareness training module.
  • HELP University Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) – Development and facilitation of an in-house emotional intelligence training module.
  • Great Eastern Living (GEL) Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) – Development and facilitation of an emotional resilience training module.
  • Petronas (Malaysia) – Development and facilitation of a stress management module.
  • Housing Industry Association (HIA) Brisbane (Australia) – A study of leader-team member interactions and how emotions affect such interactions in an organizational context.
  • Relationships Australia (Australia) – A study of leader-team member interactions and emotional exchanges within clinical counseling teams.
  • Merrill Lynch (Singapore) – A study of leader-team interactions in financial service teams.
  • Queensland Health (Australia) – A study of team processes, identification and reliable performance within both statewide and regional clinical networks.

Popular Press Articles

In addition to being a researcher, Dr. Tee writes for the general readership, on topics such as emotions, emotional intelligence, leadership, stress, resilience and personal effectiveness.

  • How Mindfulness Helps Us Ride Emotional Storms (co-authored with Sandy Clarke). The Star, 12th May 2018. Available at: https://leaderonomics.com/personal/mindfulness-emotional-storms
  • The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions (and Lies to Oneself). Leaderonomics. The Star, 27th May 2017. Available at: https://leaderonomics.com/functional/disengagement-unethical-leadership
  • The Neuroscience of Procrastination (co-authored with Choy Tsee Leng). Leaderonomics, The Star, 18th March 2017. Available at: https://leaderonomics.com/personal/neuroscience-leaders-procrastinate
  • The Anatomy of Failure. Leaderonomics, The Star, 1st October 2016. Available at: https://leaderonomics.com/leadership/the-anatomy-of-failure
  • And Best Leadership Style Award Goes to… (co-authored with Ng Yin Lu). Leaderonomics, The Star, 20th August 2016. Available at: https://leaderonomics.com/leadership/best-leadership-style-award
  • Enough about Leaders, what About Followers? Leaderonomics, The Star, 12th July 2016. Available at: http://leaderonomics.com/leadership/what-about-followers
  • Are You Being to Kind to Yourself? (co-authored with Sandy Clarke). Leaderonomics, The Star, 9th July 2016. Available at: http://leaderonomics.com/personal/importance-of-kindness-to-yourself
  • How You Can Partner with Stress to Build Your Own Resilience (co-authored with James Yeow). Leaderonomics, The Star, 14th May 2016. Available at: http://leaderonomics.com/leadership/stress-isnt-harmful-after-all
  • Why You Should be Rational about the Emotional when Making Decisions. Leaderonomics, The Star, 24th March 2016. Available at: http://leaderonomics.com/personal/rational-about-emotional
  • The Social Glue that Makes or Breaks Teams: Should We Really Leave Our Emotions at the Door? Leaderonomics, The Star, 15th October 2015. Available at: http://leaderonomics.com/personal/leaving-emotions-at-the-door

Media

The following is a list of Dr. Tee’s most recent radio appearances and interviews:

  1. Positivity in Negative Feedback on Evening Edition, BFM 89.9 Radio, first aired 24th April 2018. Podcast available at: https://www.bfm.my/positivity-in-negative-feedback.html
  2. How Well do you Know You? on Evening Edition, BFM 89.9 Radio, first aired 13th April 2018. Podcast available at: https://www.bfm.my/how-well-do-you-know-you.html
  3. Positive Negatives (with Sandy Clarke) on Night School, BFM 89.9 Radio, first aired 2nd November, 2017. Podcast available at: https://www.bfm.my/night-school-positive-negatives.html
  4. On Mindfulness (with Sandy Clarke) on Night School, BFM 89.9 Radio, first aired 15th June, 2017. Podcast available at: http://www.bfm.my/night-school-on-mindfulness-sandy-clarke-eugene-tee.html
  5. The Tolls of Service with a Smile on The Evening Edition, BFM 89.9 Radio, first aired 20th March, 2017. Podcast available at: http://www.bfm.my/the-tolls-of-service-with-a-smile.html

[Minimum Participants / Requirements for each Session]

*Requires 20 pax if not met event will cancel/ postpone


For enquries or other payment method, kindly contact Christopher at talentbank@hrincampus.com or +6019 445 7862

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