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Taal Inc Research and Training

Customized, arts-based, experiential, inclusive, indoor and outdoor training programmes

Our Aim

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Design and execute quantifiable arts and experience based training programmes for teams

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Document arts-based interventions from an academic standpoint

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Offer customized experiential activities over a period of time to address relevant training needs

The Taal Inc. signature

Taal Inc’s core strength is positively influencing measurable change in human potential and human resources. Based on extensive academic research by our team of published researchers psychologists we have designed a range of services to enhance workplace efficiency.

We study interventions such as music, rhythm, movement, fine arts, yoga and physical exercises and analyze – even measure where possible – their positive effects on certain behavioral parameters. Our goal is to better understand how the arts can be used to improve our health and well-being and to apply this at the workplace.

Track Record

We’ve worked in areas such as:

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Team-Building: Truly understanding group dynamics that go into the formation and sustenance of a team.

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Leadership: Understanding and personifying leadership through a series of practice-based activities.

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Stress Reduction & Relaxation: & its relation to increased productivity, awareness and techniques to apply it in ones’ life.

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Motivation & Confidence: Sourcing one’s motivation internally.

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It emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of such programmes, therefore providing a holistic analysis from research conducted.

Drum Talks

A customized corporate behavioral intervention using rhythm, the arts and sports (or outdoor activities)

Health Talks

An interactive 90 minute corporate program focused on physical, mental and social health awareness of your team.

FLOW

Social Sciences Research Organization for Health and Wellbeing

FLOW is a social sciences research organization that sprouted from Taal Inc., which conducts social science research in the areas of arts, health and well-being. FLOW works with special-needs, at-risk, economically and socially marginalized groups, underprivileged groups, self-help groups and more.

Published In – Arts & Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice

Exploring the potential of group drumming as a group therapy for young female commercial sex workers in Mumbai, India. (Varun Venkit, Dr. Anand Godse, Amruta Godse) .


Published in the Oxford Textbook of Creative Arts, Health, and Wellbeing: International perspectives on practice, policy and research. The value of group drumming for women in sex work in Mumbai, India, (Edited by Stephen Clift and Paul M. Camic).Arts and Health Initiatives in India (Varun Ramnarayan Venkit, Anand Sharad Godse, and Amruta Anand Godse).

Published In – International Journal of Yoga; Volume 8

Effects of suryanamaskar on relaxation among college students with high stress in Pune, India (Dr. Anand Sharad Godse, Dr. Bhaskar R Shejwal, Amruta Anand Godse) .


Clientele
Vidyalankar Institute of Technology         Fergusson College         Max Mueller Bhavan         EFIB         Symbiosis Centre for Liberal Arts         Mphasis         Amdocs         BNY Mellon         Nokia         CNBC         Siemens         Titan Industries         Honeywell         Panchashil         Bacardi         ADP        
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