Emotional Inclusion

What is “Emotional Inclusion”?

 

Emotional Inclusion is a call to all companies to take a stand and realise the urgent need to invest in a trained therapist in their organisations to address the emotional state of their employees. And particularly those who need to be reintegrated into the workforce post trying circumstances.

What is “Emotional Inclusion”?

 

Emotional Inclusion is a call to all companies to take a stand and realise the urgent need to invest in a trained therapist in their organisations to address the emotional state of their employees. And particularly those who need to be reintegrated into the workforce post trying circumstances.

COMPANIES

To instil a wellness support mind-set and platform, in which employee emotional health is incorporated into the fabric of company DNA as a founding pillar for success.

EMPLOYERS

To positively impact company wellness culture, break the stigma around mental health, understand the benefits of investing in a trained in-house therapist and enable conversations around the subject matter.

EMPLOYEES

To voice out emotions in a safe contextual work environment to breed a culture of ambassadorship, adaptive resilience and retention.

COMPANIES

To instil a wellness support mind-set and platform, in which employee emotional health is incorporated into the fabric of company DNA as a founding pillar for success.

EMPLOYERS

To positively impact company wellness culture, break the stigma around mental health, understand the benefits of investing in a trained in-house therapist and enable conversations around the subject matter.

EMPLOYEES

To voice out emotions in a safe contextual work environment to breed a culture of ambassadorship, adaptive resilience and retention.

THE IMPORTANCE OF EMOTIONAL INCLUSION

 

Work life balance is a priority for most employees.

 

Millennials are looking for a good work/life balance and strong diversity policies to support their wellbeing at work.

 

The workplace and workforce are changing, and traditional ways of looking at the workforce may not hold for much longer. Many employees are beginning to favour a workplace that cares for their wellbeing.

350 million

People worldwide, of all ages, suffer from depression, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO 2012.) It is predicted that depression will be the most burdensome illness in developed countries by 2030.

 

 

 

The impact of depression on job performance has been estimated to be greater than that of other chronic conditions, such as arthritis, hypertension, back problems, and diabetes (Kessler, Greenberg, Mickelson, Meneades, & Wang, 2001)

 

 

 

70%

In the West, it was estimated that 70% of all people diagnosed with major depression were actively employed in the United States (Druss, Rosenheck, & Sledge, 2000; Greenberg et al., 2003; Race & Furnham, 2014).

40.2%

In the East, the impact of depression on the work capacity is no smaller. An epidemiological study in Mainland China reported a 40.2% workplace depression rate among employees (Yu et al., 2006), which was significantly higher than that in both the United States (6.4%; Kessler, Merikangas, & Wang, 2008) and Europe (33%; McDaid, Curran, & Knapp, 2005).

 

 

 

25%

In Hong Kong, a recent cross-sectional study revealed that 25% of respondents who worked in different industries had presented depressive symptoms in the past month (The University of Hong Kong, 2014).

THE IMPORTANCE OF EMOTIONAL INCLUSION

 

Work life balance is a priority for most employees.

 

Millennials are looking for a good work/life balance and strong diversity policies to support their wellbeing at work.

 

The workplace and workforce are changing, and traditional ways of looking at the workforce may not hold for much longer. Many employees are beginning to favour a workplace that cares for their wellbeing.

350 million

People worldwide, of all ages, suffer from depression, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO 2012.) It is predicted that depression will be the most burdensome illness in developed countries by 2030.

 

 

The impact of depression on job performance has been estimated to be greater than that of other chronic conditions, such as arthritis, hypertension, back problems, and diabetes (Kessler, Greenberg, Mickelson, Meneades, & Wang, 2001)

 

 

70%

In the West, it was estimated that 70% of all people diagnosed with major depression were actively employed in the United States (Druss, Rosenheck, & Sledge, 2000; Greenberg et al., 2003; Race & Furnham, 2014).

40.2%

In the East, the impact of depression on the work capacity is no smaller. An epidemiological study in Mainland China reported a 40.2% workplace depression rate among employees (Yu et al., 2006), which was significantly higher than that in both the United States (6.4%; Kessler, Merikangas, & Wang, 2008) and Europe (33%; McDaid, Curran, & Knapp, 2005).

 

 

25%

In Hong Kong, a recent cross-sectional study revealed that 25% of respondents who worked in different industries had presented depressive symptoms in the past month (The University of Hong Kong, 2014).

Mollie’s Story

Mollie Jean De Dieu is the General Manager of the French fashion and accessory company, Longchamp, in Singapore & Malaysia, a keynote speaker and an avid promoter for wellness in the workforce. Over her one and a half decade long career in the fashion industry and listening to hundreds of stories of people who have navigated work whilst facing the ‘perfect storm’, Mollie realized the ‘realness’ of the subject matter and the urgent need to advocate a safe platform in the corporate world, where emotions can be heard, recognized and dealt with, for an enhanced business productivity.

 

A self-proclaimed citizen of the world, Mollie grew up between Africa, France, the United States and has made Asia her home for the past fourteen years. She spent 9 years in Hong Kong and 5 years in Singapore where she currently resides today.

 

Founder of the ‘Emotional Inclusion’ tagline and movement, Mollie draws her passion in life through sharing conversations with leaders, culture changers, creatives, founders and CEO’s, scientists and doctors, to break down archaic business stereotypes and lead the way to a better emotionally accepting corporate ecosystem. Mollie’s mission is here to shatter the status quo of today’s business landscape and lead the way to a wholesome new mindset in the workforce.

Mollie’s Story

Mollie Jean De Dieu is the General Manager of the French fashion and accessory company, Longchamp, in Singapore & Malaysia, a keynote speaker and an avid promoter for wellness in the workforce. Over her one and a half decade long career in the fashion industry and listening to hundreds of stories of people who have navigated work whilst facing the ‘perfect storm’, Mollie realized the ‘realness’ of the subject matter and the urgent need to advocate a safe platform in the corporate world, where emotions can be heard, recognized and dealt with, for an enhanced business productivity.

 

A self-proclaimed citizen of the world, Mollie grew up between Africa, France, the United States and has made Asia her home for the past fourteen years. She spent 9 years in Hong Kong and 5 years in Singapore where she currently resides today.

 

Founder of the ‘Emotional Inclusion’ tagline and movement, Mollie draws her passion in life through sharing conversations with leaders, culture changers, creatives, founders and CEO’s, scientists and doctors, to break down archaic business stereotypes and lead the way to a better emotionally accepting corporate ecosystem. Mollie’s mission is here to shatter the status quo of today’s business landscape and lead the way to a wholesome new mindset in the workforce.

Speaker

LET’S TALK ABOUT EMOTIONAL INCLUSION

 

Sharing conversations on what matters is where it all starts. In the 21st century world in which we live in, companies are still forgetting that the emotional health of their employees is the very foundation of their success. People are our greatest asset—so why in today’s modern corporate world, are we not taking better care of them?

 

 

Mollie’s keynote on Emotional Inclusion shares how to:

 

Break down archaic business stereotypes
Lead the way to a better corporate ecosystem
Connect to our humanness
Be bold and be brave

Speaker

LET’S TALK ABOUT EMOTIONAL INCLUSION

 

Sharing conversations on what matters is where it all starts. In the 21st century world in which we live in, companies are still forgetting that the emotional health of their employees is the very foundation of their success. People are our greatest asset—so why in today’s modern corporate world, are we not taking better care of them?

 

 

Mollie’s keynote on Emotional Inclusion shares how to:

 

  • Break down archaic business stereotypes
  • Lead the way to a better corporate ecosystem
  • Connect to our humanness
  • Be bold and be brave

Podcasts

Hi and welcome to the Emotional Inclusion podcast. Emotional Inclusion is a call to all companies to take a stand and realise the urgent need to invest in a trained professional in their organisations to address the emotional state of their employees. And particularly those who need to be reintegrated into the workforce post trying circumstances. Over my decade and a half long career in the fashion industry and listening to hundreds of stories of people who have navigated work whilst facing the ‘perfect storm’, I have realized the urgent need to advocate a safe platform in the corporate world, where emotions can be heard, recognized and dealt with, for an enhanced business productivity. I invite you to tune in as I share practical wisdom and empowering conversations with influential leaders, to break down archaic business stereotypes and lead the way to a better emotionally accepting corporate ecosystem. The Emotional Inclusion podcast is here to shatter the status quo of today’s business landscape and lead the way to a wholesome new mindset in the workforce.

Hi and welcome to the Emotional Inclusion podcast. Emotional Inclusion is a call to all companies to take a stand and realise the urgent need to invest in a trained professional in their organisations to address the emotional state of their employees. And particularly those who need to be reintegrated into the workforce post trying circumstances. Over my decade and a half long career in the fashion industry and listening to hundreds of stories of people who have navigated work whilst facing the ‘perfect storm’, I have realized the urgent need to advocate a safe platform in the corporate world, where emotions can be heard, recognized and dealt with, for an enhanced business productivity. I invite you to tune in as I share practical wisdom and empowering conversations with influential leaders, to break down archaic business stereotypes and lead the way to a better emotionally accepting corporate ecosystem. The Emotional Inclusion podcast is here to shatter the status quo of today’s business landscape and lead the way to a wholesome new mindset in the workforce.

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Episode 14

Emotional Inclusion x Richemont with Alain Li

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with Alain Li

Asia-Pacific Regional CEO of Richemont

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Episode Summary

In this episode, Mollie Jean De Dieu and Alain Li talk about corporate responsibility regarding employee mental health, their welfare, and the progress moving toward destigmatizing mental health across cultures and workplaces. They discuss the importance of giving support and security to the people who have given the time to help build the business especially through difficult ordeals.

Alain is


As the Asia-Pacific Regional CEO of Richemont, Alain is responsible for overseeing and cultivating the presence and development of some of the world's most coveted luxury brands in the region such as Cartier, Montblanc, Van Cleef & Arpels to name a few. His objective is to build success in his industry through the success of his people. With a strong and agile team, he aims to be a truly holistic organization. His deeply humanistic leadership ethos is inspiring.


In this Episode:


Leadership values and sense of purpose

Customer and Employee Centricity

We Care program

Preventive support for employees

Adaptive resiliency

Evolving leadership through generations

Destigmatization of mental wellness across cultures

Cultivating an environment that allows vulnerability

Corporate responsibility on employee’s job security and welfare

Richemont retail academy and watch making school


Important Quotes:


"I think there is a responsibility of everyone to not just care for our customers, but also care for all our teams." - Alain Li

"At some point we all need a strong support system around us." - Alain Li

"The Truth in the matter is that the pull of looking at mental wellness in the workforce is greater than us." - Mollie Jean De Dieu

"I think it’s good that there is that awareness now; mental issues but also the need to look at things holistically and to try and do good. Just basically to try and do good by our colleagues, by our family, by our neighbor, and by each other." - Alain Li

"As people get exposed it becomes destigmatized. People understand that they are not alone in feeling those things." - Alain Li

"I think it’s important for us to know that we can bring our whole selves to work and also for leaders to be vulnerable themselves because at the end of the day we are the ones who are setting the note and the example for others to follow in our footsteps." - Mollie Jean De Dieu

"I think egolessness is a state of mind of mind, of awareness, of curiosity, of inquisitiveness, and paying attention and understanding one another." - Mollie Jean De Dieu

"We have a corporate responsibility to people who have given a lot of their time to support the business and I think it’s important for businesses to ensure that when times are tough, we do also look after the welfare of our teams who have been there during the good times as well." - Alain Li

"Whatever we do, it really has to start from within so we ourselves as leaders have to feel comfortable to be emotionally engaged with ourselves and then be able to be emotionally engaged with all of our colleagues and to set that tone to instill that culture of truly listening and truly caring." - Alain Li

"People talk about the digital revolution but I think the emotional inclusion revolution has taken a big step forward." - Alain Li

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Episode 13

Leading with Emotion Through Trust & Intuition with Bettina von Schlippe

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with Bettina von Schlippe

Publisher of Vogue Singapore

Founder of R.S.V.P

     

Episode Summary

In this episode, Mollie Jean De Dieu sits down with the radiant Bettina von Schlippe to discuss how leadership empathy and compassion can bring Emotional Inclusion to the workplace. Finding balance in the essential emotional well-being of the workforce while achieving a successful business.

Bettina von Schlippe


She is currently the publisher of Vogue in Singapore. She has worked in publishing and media for over two decades and is no stranger to taking on new challenges with poised determination. Bettina is also the founder of R.S.V.P, a fashion & lifestyle marketing communications agency based in both Singapore & Russia. A big chunk of Bettina’s life was spent in Moscow, where previous to launching RSVP, she worked in PR, media relations and event management with BBDO (where she oversaw the accounts for Johnson & Johnson, Martini and Gillette to name a few) and then moved on to Conde Nast Russia where she was responsible for the communication for Vogue, GQ, and the Architectural Digest publications. Now based in Singapore, the center of luxury lifestyle in Southeast Asia, Bettina has been missioned with unleashing Vogue. She is a smart, witty, strong woman who inspires many and carries herself with such grace and genuine love for mankind.


In this Episode:


Leadership duties on employee’s emotional well-being

Balance of workforce well-being and having a successful business

Progression of business mindset throughout the years regarding humanness in the workplace

Alignment of leader and therapist on business vision and workforce emotional wellness

Leader’s empathy and compassion for employee well-being and motivation

The question of "how to" regarding vulnerability and self-regulation in the workplace

Covid-19’s impact on corporate growth and emotional sustainability

Power of verbal and non-verbal communication

Social media’s role in one’s emotional well-being


Important Quotes:


"You have legal advice, and you have other advisors, why shouldn't we apply the same system for emotions?"

"You have to be self-aware. You need to manage your own emotions before you can manage the emotions of others and people around you."

"You’re not always right and you have to admit it. And I think that as well as a spirit of good leadership, you are open about it because if you want your team to be behind you, they need to understand it’s authentic how you are."

"What I learned in these 9 months is to listen very carefully and not have a ready made concept."

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Episode 12

How to Be More Emotionally Inclusive at Work with Dr. John Demartini

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with Dr. John Demartini

Human Behavior Expert | Author | Speaker

CEO and Founder of The Demartini Institute

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Episode Summary

In this episode, Mollie Jean De Dieu sits down with Dr. John Demartini where they discuss how to be more emotionally inclusive at work. They dive deep into the topics of how the emotional and mental well-being of employees and leaders affect business productivity, company growth, sustainability and why emotional inclusion in the workforce is more relevant than ever.

Dr. John Demartini


He is a world-renowned specialist in human behavior, a researcher, author, and global educator. He was just recently selected as Top Human Behavior Specialist of the Year for 2020 by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) for his outstanding leadership and commitment to the profession.

Dr. Demartini played a key role in the internationally acclaimed documentary "The Secret" (directed by Rhonda Byrne) and is amongst the world’s more renowned & respected researchers when it comes to human behavior and how it translates into performance. With 47 years of in-depth study to his name, he is one of the forefathers of human potential in aiding people all over the world to live more purposeful lives. He has addressed public & professional audiences of up to 11,000 people at a time across the world and has shared the stage with some of the world’s most influential people. From the thousands of testimonials he receives annually, Dr. Demartini’s work changes people’s lives forever.


In this Episode:


Effect of brain anatomy on emotions and decision making

Fulfillment of one’s value through work

Data and metrics on hiring and emotional well-being

Psychology and its effects on employee productivity

Correlation of the cost of a therapist and the gain and productivity of the company

Building confidence on employees

An individual’s fulfillment, reason, and mission

Emotional wellness’ effect on motivation

Employee education on job cost and security


Important Quotes:


"We’re not here to put people on pedestals or pits. We’re here to put them in heart. And when we do in our heart, we tend to lead objectively and wisely with reason and inspiration." - Dr. Demartini

"There’s no doubt that concentrating on higher values is effectively the only way to live a fulfilled life; and by definition, a happy one." - Mollie Jean De Dieu

"I would say "careless" is devaluing them and exaggerating you. "Careful" is walking on eggshells for somebody else. And "caring" is having an equanimity within yourself and an equity between them with respect." - Dr. Demartini

"Anybody that can bring more enthusiasm, more engagement, inspiration, resolve conflicts, resolve health distractions, personal financial distractions, all the things that people are facing, if they know how to resourcefully get those back on track, absolutely will produce." - Dr. Demartini"

"There’s some people if you tell them what to do they’re like, they’ll go and do it. Other people, when you tell them they can’t do it, they’ll do it." - Dr. Demartini

"Do you want to be a master of destiny or do you want to be a victim of history? You want to run your story or you want to get on and do something amazing out of what’s happened?" - Dr. Demartini

"It’s the challenges in life that create genius. It’s the challenges that allow us to become resourceful. It’s the challenges that activate our greatest brain capacity. It’s the challenges that make us feel fulfilled when we conquer them." - Dr. Demartini
"If you lose your inspired vision, and your real reason for doing what you’re doing, a real mission for doing it, you’ve already lost the game." - Dr. Demartini

"If you don’t have something to live for, you die." - Dr. Demartini

"I’m a firm believer that people, when they have something deeply meaningful, that makes a difference in people’s lives, that they have sustainable fair exchange with, there’s more fulfillment there." - Dr. Demartini

"Mistakes are not what people make. Mistakes are what we label things when we expect to live in other people’s values or expect them to live in ours." - Dr. Demartini

"Perseverance in the same direction over time, adds up to great achievement. When we know what direction to take, we begin our path to success." - Dr. Demartini

"The needs of employees is exactly what you say: it’s a therapist who knows how to dissolve and resolve all that they deal with and face in their personal lives so that they can be resourceful efficiently in the workplace." - Dr. Demartini

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Episode 11

Emotional Inclusion & How to Cope with Grief at Work

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with Milton Walters

CEO of ADAPTING

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Episode Summary

In this episode, Mollie Jean De Dieu sits down with Milton Walters where they address ‘How to Cope with Grief in the Workplace.’ How does one deal at work after having lost a loved one: a child, a spouse, a family member, a friend? What is the role of companies here to help any employee navigate this difficult time in their life so that they can still function at work?

Milton Walters


Milton is the CEO of Adapting where he works with major corporates to pilot programs on dealing with grief in the business landscape. He has also started a Podcast called 'Adapting' where he opens up the discussion on the said subject.


In this Episode:


Role of companies in supporting their employees going through grief

Effect of grief on work performance

Building a culture of empathy in an organization

Impact of therapists + culture of empathy within a company

Work policies regarding bereavement

People’s behavior around someone who is grieving

How company culture surrounding grief can extend beyond work

Organizations’ ways to prepare for and de-mystify grief


Important Quotes:


"If you could be working in an organization that’s looking to build that culture of empathy, I think you’re really on the right track."

"Any resources like a therapist, councilor, psychologist, that happens to be working in an organization, if they were in an organization and it was the right culture, (I think that’s the other thing, you can’t have one without the other) If you had that culture of empathy and you had somebody in that role, how could it not be something that is really impactful?"

"If that culture is in place, you may allow yourself to be vulnerable enough to do that; to go and see somebody."

"Going back to work is a hell of a challenge. But it’s not just a challenge for those grieving, it’s a challenge for those working with someone who is grieving."

"If you did extend yourself out to somebody that was grieving in an environment that encouraged it and you had some understanding of what the organization expects of you, what they did in relation with grief for their employees, I think you would potentially, you could get real post traumatic growth out of an employee."

"When you need that human connection most is at this time. And so that’s the opportunity for workplaces to just have those conversations to think about it before it happens."

"As a group of people, we may not do it completely right; but at least we’re going to be trying to approach it from a more mature perspective and a more human perspective."

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Episode 10

Emotional Inclusion x Longchamp

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with Jean Cassegrain

Global CEO of Longchamp

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Episode Summary

In this episode, Jean Cassegrain, global CEO of Longchamp, will share with us his company values; how he believes that companies’ health insurance policies should cover mental well-being as an integral dimension to overall health and make progress towards the direction of a more emotionally inclusive environment.

In this Episode:


Existence of emotion in the luxury and fashion industry

How Longchamp connects with its customers with its stories; beyond bags and fashion

Differences of a family business vs a normal business

Mental health being another dimension of health

Effects of working from home on company employees’ mental health and well-being

Longchamp’s health policies and initiatives that deliver care for its employees’ mental health in this pandemic

How mental health issues and illnesses might be the next wave of this pandemic

5 critical elements for overall well-being

Company leaders’ responsibility in making sure that the work place in itself is not a mental health issue

Longchamp brand values that translate to company values values that cater to the humanity of the individuals they lead

Longchamp’s values of authenticity, energy, and sincerity


Important Quotes:


"Culture, which is a shadow of the leader, is also a shared way of doing something with passion; and that passion simply cannot exist without emotion."

"Health, mental health, is one aspect of health and I think as companies we are also used to engaging in health policies for our employees."

"We should take mental health as seriously as other health issues; and maybe consider mental health as one other dimension of health that needs to be taken into account and taken care of in the broader context of health policies of the company."

"It’s being widely recognized around the world that the next wave of this pandemic is really about mental health."

"So as a leader, I think our job is to keep our eyes and ears open; not turn a blind eye and make sure that we see and understand what happens."

"Our job is to make sure that our public understands these brand values of authenticity and energy but it also translates into corporate values; values that we need to nurture in our everyday life within the company."

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Episode 9

Walking the Talk of Emotional Inclusion at HP

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with Yves Cabanac

Vice President of HP – Greater Asia Operations and HP Sales Digital Transformation

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Episode Summary

In this episode, Yves Cabanac, the Vice President of HP – Greater Asia Operations and HP Sales Digital Transformation, shares with us what it takes to change corporate culture, adapt to change, and find ways to support employees; to push forward growth not only in business, but also trust within the company.

In this Episode:


The "How are you?" question - encouraging conversations about emotions in the workplace and learning the act of truly listening

How cultural differences affect the different engagements in the workplace

Effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on employees and companies

Managing change and emotions of people through this digital transformation

Emotional trust, authenticity, and empathy from leaders toward their people

Corporations’ moral obligations, responsibilities, and support towards their employees

HP’s Mental Health First Aiders and the support it brings for the people

The use of the Emotion Wheel and weekly emotion and feelings survey within teams

Changes of digitalization to management


Important Quotes:


"So when you are leading this digital transformation like I do in our organization, I know that the key success factor is to ensure that you manage the change, you manage the emotions of our people, vis-à-vis change."

"If a company wants to be successful in this digital transformation, they need to have this emotional inclusion. They need to understand their people and deal with those emotions with this transparency that more and more employees are looking for."

"We are truly humans at work. And if we fail to recognize that, we fail to lead altogether."

"We need trust to change and organize an organization. Trust is only received when showing one’s humanness."

"Psychological safety really does lead to interpersonal bravery and courage."

"Corporations have the moral obligation to take care of their people."

"Without clarity and honesty, we simply do not progress."

"There is not one recipe for being a good leader. I think the best recipe is see yourself for who you are and manage accordingly."

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Episode 8

Ask Me Anything! Emotional Inclusion Q&A

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with Mollie Jean De Dieu

General Manager for Longchamp Singapore & Malaysia – Ei Founder & Activist

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Episode Summary

In this episode, Mollie Jean De Dieu answers 10 thought provoking, and most asked questions about Emotional Inclusion; and shares with us 5 ingredients to achieve it.

In this Episode:


[5:02] Mollie answers 10 thought provoking, and most asked questions about Emotional Inclusion.

[19:05] Mollie leaves us with 5 ingredients to Emotional Inclusion:

1. Practice daily egolessness: caring for each other’s emotional wellness calls for inquisitiveness, mindfulness and understanding.

2. Be open to forgo the old: business ways that once worked no longer are in this ‘new normal.’ This is a fact. We are at a crucial time now: it calls for new thinking, and new thinking leads to new doing.

3. Connect to your humanness: emotions are a universal human trait we all share. Refusing to see the humanity in each other, is denying ourselves the right to be.

4. Lead by example: Leadership is not a position or title. The world is changed by your example and action.

5. Do not make assumptions: --unless you know the full story. If in doubt, always ask the person directly. It might sound like a trivial ‘ingredient’ so as to speak but it really isn’t. We all look for answers that confirm our beliefs, but what if our beliefs are wrong?


Important Quotes:


"Silence around what matters IS the most powerful scream."

"Deadening emotions at work, is an archaic message that is now ringing hollow.

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Episode 7

EI & the Emotional Ecosystem

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with Nadya Hutagalung

UN Environment Ambassador, Founder of We The Good

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Episode Summary

In this episode of the Emotional Inclusion podcast, Mollie and Nadya talk about EI & the Emotional Ecosystem, the importance of mental health and emotional inclusion, the benefits of having a coach and so much more.

In this Episode:


[2:00] Guest introduction.

[5:30] The importance of mental health to her.

[9:03] Emotional Inclusion in We The Good.

[14:32] Her take on the importance of emotional inclusion.

[33:20] How being in tune with her emotions helped her in a professional setting.

[36:35] Benefits of having a coach.

[42:13] Her advice.

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Episode 6

EI & Mental Wellness

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with Dr Indigo

Success and Mind Wellness Practitioner, Author

Episode Summary

In this episode of the Emotional Inclusion podcast, Dr. Indigo, a success, mind and wellness practitioner, talks about workforce diversity, the stigma around mental health in the workforce, equality in corporations, why it’s important to have someone who will listen to you in the workplace and so much more.

In this Episode:


[1:52] Guest introduction.

[6:06] The stigma around mental health in the workforce.

[8:32] Why do some leaders refuse to look after the emotional well being of their employees?

[12:08] Equality in corporations.

[17:06] Transnational coaching and business career consulting.

[23:13] Exercising the mind, body and spirit connection.

[28:24] Performance management.

[35:42] Episode takeaway.


Important Quotes:


"Diversity is natural."

"Forgiveness and letting go is a mind action."

"Find someone who will hear you, who will listen to you."


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Episode 5

Emotional Inclusion @ Johnson & Johnson!

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with Jan Meurer

President J&J South East Asia at Johnson & Johnson

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Episode Summary

In this episode of the Emotional Inclusion podcast, Jan Meurer, President of Johnson & Johnson SEA, talks about effects of emotional inclusion at Johnson & Johnson, why it’s important to listen and never assume anything about anybody, helping employees overcome mental difficulties and so much more.

In this Episode:


[1:56] Guest introduction.

[9:55] Corporate social responsibility.

[15:06] Emotional inclusion at Johnson & Johnson.

[26:57] Employee feedback on emotional inclusion at Johnson & Johnson.

[31:55] Other people's reaction to emotional inclusion.

[40:01] Episode takeaway.


Important Quotes:


"You can be incredibly successful as a professional, as a private person even if you face moments or episodes of mental difficulties."

"You should never assume anything about anybody."

"Listening and never assuming."

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Episode 4

Emotional Inclusion @Twitter!

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with Maya Hari

VP and Managing Director Twitter Asia Pacific

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Episode Summary

In this episode of the Emotional Inclusion podcast, Maya Hari, Vice President Twitter APAC, talks about emotional inclusion at Twitter, the positive outcomes of emotional inclusion, being more vulnerable and so much more.

In this Episode:


[2:02] Guest introductions.

[3:47] Working from home and emotional inclusion at twitter.

[10:44] Positive outcomes of emotional inclusion.

[19:26] Her take on changing the leaders perception about the importance of emotional inclusion.

[27:07] What will happen if emotional inclusion is not taken seriously?

[30:15] Episode takeaway.


Important Quotes:


"The minute you are able to be more vulnerable you will not judge another persons vulnerability."

"It's the journey not the destination."

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Episode 3

Emotional Inclusion & Hospitality, The Business Of People

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with Stephane Fabregoul

Managing Director – JW Marriott Singapore South Beach – St Regis

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Episode Summary

In this episode of the Emotional Inclusion podcast, Stephane Fabregoul, Managing Director – JW Marriott Singapore South Beach – St Regis Singapore at Marriott International, talks about emotional inclusion in the hospitality industry, transformational leadership, why team development should never stop, the importance of being available to your team and so much more.

In this Episode:


[2:01] Guest introduction.

[4:32] Emotional inclusion in the world of hospitality.

[12:01] Why emotional inclusion has not been done yet in the hospitality industry.

[16:35] The impact of covid in the hospitality industry and emotional inclusion.

[18:49] Transformational leadership.

[26:56] His experience where there is a need for emotional inclusion in the hospitality industry.

[45:01] Episode takeaway.


Important Quotes:


"We should never stop to develop our team."

"To provide an inspiring environment."

"Details make the difference."

"Be available to your team, listen to your team, inspire them, empower them to do what they have to do and the business will go very easily."

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Episode 2

Emotional Inclusion & Psychological Legitimacy

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with Leanne Robers

Psychologist, Coach to Leaders & Co-Founder She Loves Tech

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Episode Summary

In this episode of the Emotional Inclusion podcast, Leanne Robers, Psychologist, Coach to Leaders & Co-Founder She Loves Tech, talks about about how your emotions influence you, bilateral tapping, navigating your emotions, why you need to be kinder to yourself and so much more.

In this Episode:


[2:02] Guest introduction.

[3:54] How emotions influence you.

[7:27] Your emotions are your strength.

[18:15] Working from home.

[23:15] Sub personalities.and the consequences of covid.

[32:46] Bilateral tapping.

[41:39] Navigating your emotions.


Important Quotes:


"We are in so many ways different people in our work and different people in our personal lives."

"Be kinder to yourself."

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Episode 1

Emotional Inclusion & Bravery

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with Margie Warrell

Courageous Leadership Speaker, Founder of Global Courage, Bestselling Author

Episode Summary

In this episode of the Emotional Inclusion podcast, Margie Warrell, Author and International Speaker, talks about about her book You’ve Got This, the importance of bravery, owning your emotions, fulfilling your potential and so much more.

In this Episode:


[2:04] Guest introduction.

[4:12] Importance of bravery.

[6:18] Bravery.

[11:15] Speaking about bravery.

[15:01] Owning your emotions.

[22:08] Her book You've Got This.


Important Quotes:


"Fear is the biggest barrier to people fulfilling their potential."

"It's okay for you not to be okay."

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