Sandeep Atre, PhD is the Founder-Director of Socialigence – an organization that specializes in the development of ‘Social Intelligence’ through its focused online-courses and customized workshops on ‘observing nonverbal behavior and understanding emotions for greater interpersonal effectiveness and self-management’ (www.socialigence.net).
He is also one of the Founder-Directors of CH EdgeMakers - a leading ‘Coaching and Training’ group of Central India.
He has authored two books “Understanding Emotions Logically – A layman’s guide to the foundations of Social Intelligence” and “Observing Nonverbal Behavior – An exhaustive guide to the essential skill of Social Intelligence”.
You can mail your responses to his blogs at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Archives: January 2017
Forget about understanding or misunderstanding, at times you question your ‘standing’ in a relationship… ………. You begin to wonder – where do you stand…how important are you? You feel as if you are actually being taken for granted. You can … Continue reading
In life, there are times when you adjust because there is something you want to save – a relationship…an association… or an arrangement. ………. So, you adjust, and then adjust more – to avoid confrontation… to ‘not hurt someone’… to … Continue reading
At times, ‘getting away’ is better than ‘getting out’. ………. In relationship problems, ‘dialogue is important for diagnosis’. But when dialogue becomes a debate and starts moving towards a dispute, then I firmly recommend that ‘distance can be equally effective … Continue reading
In future, the biggest problem in relationships would be… overexposure. ………. What people don’t realize is that “love begins in your presence, but it grows in your absence”. And these days, people are constantly in touch, through every possible medium. … Continue reading
The way you relate to people depends a lot on who you relate them with. ………. When you see someone, you subconsciously also see someone else in him or her. And that shapes your connect… For instance, you might dislike … Continue reading