Dr. Sandeep Atre is a Counseling Psychologist (dratrecounsels.com) and an internationally recognized ‘Emotional & Social Intelligence’ Expert and Trainer.
He is the Founder of Socialigence – a venture specializing in development of ‘Social & Emotional Intelligence’ through its e-learning course rooted in neuroscience & psychology (socialigence.net). He is also Co-Founder of CH EdgeMakers – a leading coaching group of Central India (ch-india.com).
He is author of two books related to his domain, namely – “Understanding Emotions Logically” and “Observing Nonverbal Behavior”; and third book on various aspects of life, named “Two Paras of Everyday Wisdom”. Moreover, the collection of his Nazms and Ghazals is published as a book titled “Baat Jazbaat Ki”.
In his career of more than two decades, he has trained professionals of more than 50 companies and thousands of individuals to ‘sort out’ and ‘excel in’ intrapersonal and interpersonal matters.
You can mail your responses to his blogs at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Archives: December 2011
Recently, I was at one of the leading Pharmaceutical companies, conducting a full-day training-program for its managers…The topic was ‘Leadership Qualities & Managerial Effectiveness”… The topic again drew me into the eternal popular debate, ‘which is more important – Management or … Continue reading
Some days are just…………….long. They simply refuse to end! Today was one such day at work…the first half was pretty elevating and exhilarating…it was all about people…some close…some new…some new & still close…and some close & still new… And when … Continue reading
World manipulates you for what you hide… The other day, in a session, this quote quoted itself via me in a particular context. And as I was driving back, I rummaged into my first tryst with its content… I was … Continue reading
Once Charlie Chaplin participated in a Charlie-Chaplin look-alike contest…and came third… Listening to Narayan Murthy speak (in a conclave) was at best an encore… Everything about him – be it what we read or what we listen – is like … Continue reading
Someone asked Mallory (a mountaineer) “Why do you want to climb Mount Everest?” He simply said “Because it’s there”! …Since then they have become the most famous three words in mountaineering. The other day, in a session, a student was uncharacteristically reacting … Continue reading
The other day, while responding to a question during a session, I quoted those lines…and while coming back, I tried to figure out how and when I started believing in them… …I was barely 15 when I started serious-writing (if … Continue reading
It happened a few years back… I had joined an exercise club to get rid of a nagging problem with my neck. The club owner was this 50- year old stud who could give an inferiority complex to any dude in … Continue reading
That’s the only way they could take him away… While he was asleep… …as if he had been awake, the angels would have resigned from their jobs…out of sheer shame to take life out of someone who life considered itself a … Continue reading