1. Spring MeetUP 2022

    February 14, 2022 by Bettina

    Diary our Spring MeetUP dates!
    Our first mini MeetUP online (over 3 days) will be held in Spring 2022
    (30 August – 1 September)

    Keep a watch on this page for more details

    Spring MeetUP

    Members and alumni – thank you for being a part of our online, big March MeetUP
    (7-18 March 2022)

    WATCH March MeetUP SESSION RECORDINGS
    (Please note that these sessions have been recorded with permission of participants for sharing with the wider Collective Intelligence membership and alumni. They are not for sharing in public settings without permission of those involved – please contact us to discuss):

    Monday 7 March | 9.30am Opening/Welcome & Whakawhanaungatanga [0:54:33]
    Monday 7 March | 12.30pm UNscripted Citizenship Panel Conversation Part 1 of 2 [1:32:56]
    Tuesday 8 March | 10.15am NO RECORDING – session cancelled
    Tuesday 8 March | 12.30pm “Just ‘cos Clark takes it up the arse doesn’t mean we all have to”: the dangers of mysogyny to female leadership – Anna Dean [0:58:22]
    Tuesday 8 March | 3pm The Women of BCorp: Past, Present & Future – BLab Au/NZ Panel [1:15:17]
    Wednesday 9 March | 10am Raising Your Adaptability Intelligence – Rich Alderton (UK) [1:17:57]
    Wednesday 9 March | 12.30pm Learning about the new revolution that is Web3 – Mark Pascall [1:33:14]
    Wednesday 9 March | 3pm Reinventing Social Welfare: The Wellbeing Protocol / Cannons’ Coin Project – Mark Pascall – NO RECORDING – Download Whitepaper on Wellbeing Project
    Thursday 10 March | 9.45am Get to know more about your nervous system: polyvagal theory – Jill Boucher (AU) & Manda Johnson [1:35:31]
    Thursday 10 March | 12.30pm Leading with Authenticity – Sue Johnston – NO RECORDING
    Thursday 10 March | 3pm If leadership is dead – what replaces it? – Tonia Cawood, Danny Auger & Harv [1:35:43]
    Friday 11 March | 20 Minute Quickfire Session 1: How to deal with stress and overwhelm, and get recharged? Do a Lifestar scan and find out – Sue Johnston [0:29:09]
    Friday 11 March | 20 Minute Quickfire Session 2: Why sex toys are improving the sex lives of women and their partners – Viv Conway (Collective Intelligence Koru Scholar) [0:35:41]
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    Monday 14 March | Social Witnessing: our government – reacting or responding? – Manda Johnson & Robert Buxbaum – NO RECORDING
    Monday 14 March | Exploring emotional changes during this current time: life, work world & the stages of life – Ben Preston & Harv [1:55:10]
    Monday 14 March | UNscripted Citizenship Panel Conversation Part 2 of 2 [1:10:52]
    Tuesday 15 March | A Morning Meditation with Lisa Markwick [0:25:39]
    Tuesday 15 March | The magic of curiosity: from self-protective to courageous leadership – Sue Johnston – NO RECORDING
    Tuesday 15 March | A new vision for Collective Intelligence + re-imagining the design of our ecosystem – Davy Qian, Bettina Anderson & Harv [1:07:17]
    Tuesday 15 March | Farming to restore our troubled ecosystems (regenerative agriculture) – Jules Matthews & Lance Gillespie [1:58:22]
    Wednesday 16 March | Morning Meditation with Manda Johnson [0:22:59]
    Wednesday 16 March | How work is changing: what people want from their work / employers & how might we respond as leaders? – Melissa Jenner [1:01:06]
    Wednesday 16 March | Designing a successful community: The Collective Intelligence edition – Finn Shewell & Andy Ayrey
    Wednesday 16 March | Where does ‘Te Ao Māori’ intersect with my professional world? | Jon Lasenby (Facilitator) with panel: Rārite Mātaki, Dr Anthony Cole & Dr Nik Coupe
    Thursday 17 March | Leaps in learnings: a response to disruption – Steve Henry [0:53:38]
    Thursday 17 March | The 3 elements of self-compassion: self-kindness, common humanity & mindfulness – Manda Johnson & Jill Boucher [1:38:05]
    Thursday 17 March | How to make bold moves in uncertain times – Anita Perkins & Harv [1:09:05]
    Friday 18 March | Closing & Reflections – Harv [0:45:54]

    2022 marks fifteen years of Collective Intelligence.
    Late in February 2022 we decided to turn the challenge that Omicron threw at us (limiting how we bring our teams together around the country face-to-face) into an opportunity, and bring our ecosystem together online in a way we’d not done before.

    This event was for both our current members AND our alumni – an online gathering that you could dip into and out of over two weeks. Some sessions were wide open – welcoming others who are on the same journey as us in re-imagining leadership development. Some sessions were just for our members and alumni (our ecosystem).

    ALUMNI | a personal invitation from our founder, Ian ‘Harv’ Harvey:
    As one of hundreds of alumni who’ve been in one of our teams, we’d like to invite you to connect back into our ecosystem – our community of Collective Intelligencers:

     
    SIGN UP TO our Alumni mailing list (and stay informed about future events like this and other ecosystem activities). Join our Members & Alumni closed facebook group to get progamme details as they are released.

    MEMBERS | a personal invitation from Harv:
    Come – join us online and meet the rest of our ecosystem – not just your team mates. This online smorgasboard of Collective Intelligence-facilitated sessions will look to bring you the things you need to start the year well, explore new possiblities and regenerate yourself:


  2. Our 2022 COVID CODE – Traffic Light System

    December 10, 2021 by Bettina

    Code requirements last updated: 14 April 2022

    Thank you for adapting
    The presence of COVID-19 in our lives has added layers of complexity to how we go about meeting and interacting. We’re very grateful to all in our ‘people ecosystem’ for continuing to evolve and adapt alongside us, as we apply these ever-changing public health requirements.

    Our approach:
    We talk to our members, staff and contractors and seek the advice of health professionals when evaluating each change/update to our COVID code. It is important to us to strike a balance between adhering to the best health advice AND weighing up the risks and the value of bringing people together face-to-face around the country in our unique team-meeting environments.

    Current situation:
    The Traffic Light System was significantly revised in April 2022 – you can view the current settings here.

    How Collective Intelligence team meetings will run under each Traffic Light setting:

    Visual depiction of meetings at each traffic light

    Our COVID code of conduct:
    When attending meetings and events with us, we expect all within the Collective Intelligence ecosystem to adhere to current public health guidelines. If you are unwell, slightly unwell or still recovering from illness do not attend a face-to-face meeting – please look after yourself and others.

    We’re very conscious of the challenges associated with getting sick whilst travelling away from home; that personal health needs may impact on an individual’s decision to attend meetings or not; and that there is the potential for increasingly infectious variants to emerge in the future that we’ll all need to respond to.

    The key things now in place to manage our collective safety are:

    • QR codes – are now NOT required to be scanned in public settings. We are not using our Collective Intelligence Facilitated-Meeting QR codes (unless the country’s QR Code scanning system is stood up again should the need arise). Some venues you attend for meetings/dining may still have QR codes displayed.
    • Vaccine passes – are now NOT required to access the venues and hospitality settings we use for our meetings, so as a business we do not require you to show a ‘My Vaccine Pass’ to:
      • attend our face-to-face team meetings/events, or
      • be interviewed as part of- or act as a host for-, host-day meetings.
    • Mask wearing – in indoor meeting environments you will need to be guided by the mask-wearing requirements of the current traffic light setting (plus any specific public transport/public venue/restaurant requirements). As an individual, where mask wearing is not required under current traffic light settings, it will be up to you how you choose to manage your personal risk and comfort level around this. We ask that as a matter of courtesy that you don a mask in your meeting if you have any external visitors to your meeting space (venue staff, host-day interviewees, presenters etc). Your facilitator will guide you on this.
    • Ventilation – we know that good ventilation (natural and HEPA-filter) reduces the transmission risk indoors, so when booking meeting venues, we will be checking this and asking our facilitators to manage on-site ventilation. Please ensure you have warmer clothes than you might have had in the past to account for cooler venue temperatures where natural ventilation is being relied on.
    • Sanitiser & hygiene – venues and our facilitators will support these practices on-site with hygiene kits and regular high-touch surface cleaning.

     
    Review & risk management
    Our country’s response to COVID is ever-evolving and so too will our approach and assessment of risk to our ecosystem. During 2022 & beyond we’ll constantly review this policy, updating it to reflect current best practice, scientific and public health advice, and to ensure we continue to mitigate the level of risk to our collective wellbeing.

    Feedback and questions
    If you have any feedback or questions about our COVID policy, please talk to your team facilitator in the first instance, or contact Harv for a chat.

    Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou katoa – thank you all.


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