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Welcome to seeds, a podcast where we talk with people making a positive impact with their lives.  We listen to them reflect on their journeys and in a long form podcast dig deeper to better understand what motivates their choices. 

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ISSN 2538-1113

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May 17, 2019

Harv founded Collective Intelligence and in this interview we find out what that is and how it works.  We also learn about his childhood, his family being torn apart by a murder trial, the impact of partial deafness, what it was like working as a Shepherd and then a farmer and his fluency in reading people's body language in groups.  This is one of those interviews I love because we had so many different rabbit holes to go down.  If you enjoy this style of interview and hearing about someone's life story they consider checking out some of the more than 100 interviews in the back catalogue.  

https://www.collectiveintelligence.co.nz

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Harv is the founder of Collective Intelligence. His inspiration stemmed from his observation as a company director that key staff were often not supported as individuals to develop their own potential.

Starting out as Collective Intelligence’s first and only Facilitator 11 years ago, Harv’s role now within Collective Intelligence is to oversee the teams, recruit new members, and keep developing this unique concept. His vision is to develop a professional community in New Zealand that supports its members to achieve their potential.

He sees his work as being the Chief Cheerleader – the founder who supports the whole team’s efforts in order to give the best results.

From the website: What is Collective Intelligence? Collective Intelligence is a pioneer in developing professional and personal performance. We help people evolve and realise their potential – while supporting them to be more resilient and effective.