Founder


Sean Harvey, MSOD, MSEd
Chief Compassion Officer & Master Facilitator

Sean is a compassion-inspired leadership consultant and master facilitator committed to developing the next generation of soul-inspired bridge builders, facilitators, leaders, and change makers equipped to innovate collaboratively, redefine leadership models, reimagine systems & structures, and transform cultures.

His work in personal, organizational, and societal transformation is inspired by over 20 years of Talent, Leadership, and Organization Development consulting combined with a decade of college teaching experience at Cornell, NYU, and Baruch College CUNY in the areas of Leadership, Organizational Behavior and Change.

Sean is contributing as a writer, speaker, and consultant to a new narrative around integrating the healthy masculine and feminine to elevate people, cultures, and systems.   He also believes an investment in personal growth, compassionate and authentic bridge building, and integrated leadership are the critical strategic levers for inclusion, engagement, innovation, and transformation.

Sean most recently served as the head of Purpose, Personal Transformation and Wellbeing as well as the Internal Change Agent for Creative for EILEEN FISHER. Prior to his experience at EILEEN FISHER, Sean was the Vice President of Talent Consulting for Partners in Human Resources International, where he launched a Socially Conscious Leadership program for emerging leaders on Wall Street.  

Sean holds a MSEd in Counseling with a theoretical orientation in Existential Psychotherapy (focus of purpose, meaning, and connection) from Fordham University, an MSOD in Organizational Development and Change from Loyola University Chicago, and a BA in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and a graduate certification in Public Service Management from DePaul University.  Sean is certified to administer the Enneagram, LSI, Genos, and MBTI. 

Over the course of his career, Sean has consulted in the areas of leadership and management training and development, talent development strategies, innovative curriculum design and development, organizational change practices, diversity and inclusion/generational difference, and strategic planning. His consulting clients have included: American Express, Brooklyn Public Library, BuroHappold, California State University System, Columbia University, Consumer Reports, Cornell University, Deutsche Bank, Denihan Hospitality Group, Eileen Fisher, Financial Derivatives, Inspire Human Resources, Johnson & Johnson subsidiaries McNeil Nutritionals and Ethicon, Leake & Watts Services, Mitsubishi Bank and Trust, Security Scorecard, The Riverside Church in NYC, Tapestry, United States EPA, United Way of NYC, the United Nations Population Fund, and the Xerox Corporation.