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Kia ora koutou. Ian 'Harv' Harvey, founder of Collective Intelligence, talks to a bunch of really cool New Zealanders about the hard stuff, the fun stuff, and the epic stuff-ups that have shaped how they go about making the world a better place.  All are members of Collective Intelligence, a unique membership-based leadership development community that helps curious people evolve and become more courageous. 
Podcast production supported by the great team at Te Awanga Estate.

Dec 14, 2020

From action man - to not - in the blink of an eye. Hamish Ramsden has just released his first book on Amazon ‘Dog’s Getting Fat’ which is an intimate view into the world of a tetraplegic. I felt very privileged to get the chance to interview Hamish, who is a very humble, and private chap, as we explored what his...


Dec 7, 2020

From workaholic, to mother, and then GM of The Mind LabTech Futures Lab, Fee Webby has evolved into a wonderfully reflective and balanced manager in a vibrant education-based organisation. Fee is a real force of nature, helping people learn new skills in our rapidly evolving digital world.  

This podcast brought to...


Nov 22, 2020

Our very first scholarship recipient at Collective Intelligence was this fella - James McCarthy of Cradle. We’ve had the good fortune to watch him grow into an incredibly thoughtful, respected, serial tech entrepreneur, with two successful companies under his belt. He’s fun, insightful, and a pain in the…at...


Nov 9, 2020

This episode was always going to be a challenge for me!  I had to be on my toes when interviewing biotech entrepreneur and scientist-on-a-mission, Veronica, about her work developing a sustainable alternative to plastic that’s derived from outback Australian bees. ‘Speak to me like a Labrador’ was my message to...


Oct 22, 2020

Anō te pai, te āhua reka o te noho tahi ki tēnei tuawahine me tana mōhio ki te ahurea Māori, me te whakarongo anō ki a ia, mōnā i whakamahi i te mōhio hei oranga mō tana whānau whānui.

Ko Riana Manuel te kanohi o tō tātou āpōpōtanga i Aotearoa-New Zealand, mā te whakakotahi i ngā tikanga me ngā hua...