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: email@example.com
Monthly Archives: February 2012
Yesterday I went for rendering a training session at a major manufacturing-organization of the region… but there was a difference…There are more agencies vying for the assignment so the client wanted each one of us to conduct a sample-session so … Continue reading
One of my close friends called up the other day…he is my school-friend. He called up to share a good-news in his life…And…it felt so vindicated! He never had it easy…and seeing him going through the twists of his fate … Continue reading
I am back! Last week was just ‘one huge rollercoaster ride’…and also my system had a terrible technical-problem…So was just trying to keep my head above water… And to tell you honestly…I missed you all… (and I hope you also missed me a … Continue reading
A wonderful family had invited us for a cozy lunch last weekend…Great food…served with even greater warmth! The day gently flowed into a comfy afternoon… and while coming back, it all felt so fulfilling…a rare feeling in today’s world! … Continue reading
In my childhood, while the tempos were public public-conveyance, the autos were considered the private public-conveyance…To a self-conscious middle-class, autos were always on the ‘luxury’ side…and that had made them even more desirable to a whole generation of kids… My … Continue reading