Together, Greg and Neda lead the Rhythm Effect team of facilitators, musicians and performers around Australia.

 

Greg Harbidge

Greg has completed the following studies:

  • Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MEI) at the Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship, Swinburne University
  • BE Degree, Hons (UNSW)
  • Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training

Greg is qualified in the following Leadership and Team development tools:

Greg’s unique work style combines his passions for human and organisational behaviour and business growth with a love of creative process and musical rhythm for learning and insight.

Through his business, Greg has consulted across all industries to both large and small organisations throughout Australia. This has allowed him to experience first hand how individuals and organisations best work together to fulfil their complimentary potentials. Greg’s areas of specialty are team building and leadership development along with corporate creativity and innovation. A selection of his recent clients include Jemena, John Holland, DeakinPrime, Australian Unity, CPA Australia, ANZ, Westpac, NAB, Lion Nathan, and Luxottica. Greg is also an Associate at Mt Eliza Centre for Executive Education (Melbourne Business School).

With a passion for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) supporting not-for-profits such as www.drawtism.com.au is an active part of Greg’s personal life.

As part of the Panjea Foundation USA, he went on a cultural study exchange to Africa studying traditional drumming, dance and song.

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Neda Rahmani

Working in both Corporate and Performing Arts sectors for the last 9 years, Neda, BA (Performance Studies), now combines her passion for both areas through her Rhythm Effect work.

In the corporate sector Neda has been extensively involved in and responsible for leadership programs in which she co-ordinated and managed employees to be motivated, active and efficient problem solvers.

While in the Performing Arts sector, her passion for dance and music took her to Brazil in 2002 for a year of dance, percussion and Brazilian life. Her time in Brazil has resulted in a deeper, more empathetic approach to the dance and music she has been performing and teaching for years adding to her understanding of music in all its forms for team and leadership development.

Neda regularly performs at some of Australia’s most loved festivals including East Coast Blues and Roots, Big Day Out, Splendour in the Grass and Womad. Neda has also had the fortune of supporting Daddy Cool, Angelique Kidjo, Ziggy Marley, Paul Kelly, The Black Seeds and John Farnham, just to name a few.

Keep your eyes out for Neda with high energy Brazilian percussion outfit Tumburumba!

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