Whilst Emotional Intelligence (EI) is all about the knowing of how to navigate our emotions and the emotions of the people we interact with, Emotional Inclusion (Ei) is all about the doing. The doing of providing tailored mental health care to each company while respecting their organisational DNA. Emotional inclusion is the action of prioritising the psychological needs of our workforce through a tailored medical lens and program, thereby anchoring a mental health pillar within organisational culture to achieve sustainable change and growth long term.
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In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, mental health problems have skyrocketed, resulting in a drop in productivity and a rise in costs for businesses.
With some guidance from mental health experts, employers can support the strength and resilience of their greatest resource: their people. To address mental health, create a culture of wellness, practice compassionate leadership, and provide access to direct services with an Ei in-house therapist.
58% of senior business leaders say that in their position it’s hard to talk about mental health (Bupa)
78% of employees feel their companies should do more to protect the mental health of their workforce (Oracle)
81% of Gen-Zers and 68% of Millennials have left jobs for mental health reasons (Harvard Business Review)
Mollie Jean De Dieu is the General Manager of the French fashion and accessory company, Longchamp, in Singapore & Malaysia, a keynote speaker and the founder of the ‘Emotional Inclusion’ in the workforce NGO. Her focus is to specifically look at a new paradigm of leadership, in the corporate realm, that requires companies to recognize and care for the humanity of the individuals they lead by investing in a trained professional in their organisations, to spearhead sustainable growth. 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.
On the ‘Emotional Inclusion’ podcast (available on iTunes/Spotify), Mollie hosts global leaders with a voice who are advocates for Emotional Inclusion and Mental Health. ...It is aimed to open up the discussion and destigmatise mental health problems in the workforce, set out to be the biggest challenge of the century with depression as the leading cause of disability and premature death. 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.
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 fifteen years. She spent 9 years in Hong Kong and 6 years in Singapore where she currently resides today.
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?
It’s been called a “second pandemic” — the mental health implications of the global health crisis, political unrest, economic uncertainty, rising unemployment, social isolation, remote work, home schooling, and so much more.
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