The output of the internship should be a report covering competitor analysis, results of research for identifying cultural body language displays and technology tools for business expansion
• Identification of the correct psychometric tools for all the offerings of the company
• Work on qualitative research involving understanding of cultural and socio economic nuances in nonverbal communication of individuals
o Nonverbal communication will include gestures, facial expressions, clothing cues, proxemics, haptics
Develop the questionnaires, set up interview sessions and complete data gathering for the above
o Data to be gathered from atleast 5 different subjects from each strata identified
• Analysis of competitors presenting similar offerings and understanding in depth of their services. Approach to this should be psychological and not of marketing.
• Company will be expanding their horizon to digitize reading people’s body language. Identification of the correct tools along with their specifications for this, like eye tracker, Kinect etc.
EDUCATION / SKILLS REQUIRED
• Background in psychology or currently pursuing a masters’ degree in psychology
• Should have basic understanding of structuring questionnaires, interviews etc.
• Good technical background is a must for exploring integration of technology tools for conducting research.
Expenses covered at actuals. Looking to retain serious candidate on permanent basis.
The company was founded in 2013. We specialize in non verbal communication, especially body language. The following are the areas in which we work:
Consulting to media agencies for advertisements
Consulting to individuals for one on one coaching
Conducting workshops for individuals and training sessions for corporate
Participate in live interactions for interviews and negotiations
We are active in having our articles and views published in magazines and online platforms.
We are also working currently on exploring technology tools focused on body language to read behaviour of consumers and clients in different domains.