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Gustavo Razzetti

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Latest 18 May 2022 | Updated Daily

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Influence of corporate culture on the performance of employees and overall organization with Gustavo Razzetti

Ei Cafe with Azeem

The key to a successful organization is to have a culture based on a strongly held and widely shared set of beliefs that are supported by strategy and structure. When an organization has a strong culture, three things happen: Employees know how top management wants them to respond to any situation, employees believe that the expected response is the proper one, and employees know that they will be rewarded for demonstrating the organization's values. Now the question is does organizations have a culture that encourage performance? Gustavo Razzetti - Founder & Workplace culture consultant at Fearless culture checked in to the café to have a conversation around. Influence of corporate culture on the performance of employees and overall organization. Most Organizations Don’t Lack Ideas, Talent or Resources Instead, they lack a conducive culture where employees are encouraged to collaborate, take initiative and experiment beyond perceived limitations. People develop positive relationships with their workplace if they feel they are a part of the culture. Gustavo did share that "Cultures can be designed & empathizing plays vital role in that process". There is a need for one to identify with an organization’s values, to be empowered to achieve their best work and to know they are listened to and cared for. This builds trust, which is the basis of all positive relationships. To explore some of work which Gustavo does, log on to https://www.fearlessculture.design/ To listen to full episode press that play button & check in to the cafe. Bristol Institute checks in to Ei Café as the "Exclusive Knowledge Partner" for Season 4. BRISTOL INSTITUTE AFFILIATED TO UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND RANKED 21 AND THE HIGHEST RANKED UK UNIVERSITY IN SRI LANKA OFFERS POSTGRADUATE & UNDERGRADTUATE STUDIES IN FINANCE AND LAW. #December2021 intake is on, for more information please log on to https://bristolinstitute.edu.lk/ or drop a mail to info@bristolinstitute.edu.lk


25 Nov 2021

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126 - The Paradox of Psychological Safety with Gustavo Razzetti

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Psychological safety is a bastion of facilitation, collaboration, and connection. But has it reached a tipping point? As the phrase permeates more corners of consultancy and the echelons of management, is it depreciating into another buzzword, losing its groundbreaking origins? Gustavo Razzetti, acclaimed workplace culture consultant, will gladly admit that this is a controversial topic, but there are few better equipped to address it – and that’s what we set out to do in this episode of workshops work. Join us for a challenging, inspiring, and rewarding discussion about the merits and limits of psychological safety. Find out about: ●     Why a top-down focus on psychological safety has a fatal flaw ●     How reflection and action at an individual level form true psychological safety ●     Whether personal integrity is a more valuable metric to measure ●     The Catch 22 of psychological safety and the tension between safety and conflict ●     How subcultures influence and make up wider company cultures ●     Healthy, manageable ways to introduce risk and conflict into workplaces Don’t miss the next show: Subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.  Click here to download the free 1-page summary. And if the idea of NeverDoneBefore 2021, the community of facilitators, caught your attention; click here to explore it in more detail! Questions and Answers [01:48] Where do you see the paradox when it comes to psychological safety in organisations? [03:18] What does psychological safety really mean? And what have people taken it to mean? [09:44] Is it the leader that sets the tone and models psychological safety to their team? [14:29] Do you think the desire of some leaders to return to the office is rooted in their desire for safety? [17:19] How can leaders create psychological safety for themselves? [20:46] Is it a mistake, then, to look to the leader to create psychological safety? [24:18] How can we feel confident enough to speak up if we don’t feel safe? This is the chicken and egg situation! [30:03] Would we be better placed discussing integrity? Why is there such a dearth of discussion around integrity in the corporate world? [34:29] Can we feel psychologically safe if we operate from a position of defensiveness? [39:44] How important is the art of asking questions and giving feedback? Is it something we can learn? [42:46] If we need smaller groups to truly create psychological safety, how do we avoid silos? [47:24] What happens if subcultures don’t trust each other? [49:38] Is a lack of collaboration among middle management a structural problem or an issue of incentives? [52:24] If we want middle management to change, would that be a problem for leadership to solve? [54:10] How, then, would middle managers create an alliance if they all feel in competition with one another? [56:29] How can we transform silos into subcultures that communicate and collaborate? [57:32] Do you believe in hybrid? [01:02:58] Are we experiencing a ‘mass avoidance’ event by focusing so much on the concept of hybrid? [01:05:16] Would our work become more sustainable in an asynchronous model? [01:10:21] How do you prioritise and protect idea-sharing after breakouts and activities? [01:15:58] What is the one thing you would like listeners to take away from this episode? Links Fearless Culture, Gustavo’s business

1hr 19mins

17 Aug 2021

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How to tune your company culture (full interview with Gustavo Razzetti)

Roman Zelenka Podcast

🙂Gustavo is a sought-after speaker in the areas of change leadership, team building, and culture change.  He has facilitated hundreds of workshops in the US, Europe, and Latin America. Get ready for his specific tips and tools on how to tune your company culture to another level.  👉Do you have any more questions for Gustavo? Go ahead, add it in the comments section. You can also subscribe to find more interesting interviews on Apple Podcast and Spotify.  Thanks for your interest.  Roman More tips: www.romanzelenka.com www.wingman.cz


27 Jul 2021

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Ep 32 - Stretch Your Mind by Gustavo Razzetti - TAP Review Part 2

The Afrocentrist Podcast

Wow!!!!! In this episode, we practised one of the stretches shared in the book. "changing our pace". So we set our minds to be on this episode for just 20min and we did it!!! This goes to show that when you put what you learn into action, you will get the result. It is not enough to learn, it is very vital and important to also take intentional actions based on what you have learned to actually experience change and results. So we shared the remaining 7  stretches shared by Gustavo Razzetti in his book STRETCH YOUR MIND. We  hope that you enjoy watching this episode. Let us know that you did by dropping a comment and by sharing this video with friends and loved ones. Until next week which is also next month, have an amazing weekend and keep improving on yourself. Follow us on IG https://www.instagram.com/originaldaniel1/ https://www.instagram.com/ejiroosakede/ https://www.instagram.com/theafrocentrist/ Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/afrocentrist) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theafrocentrist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theafrocentrist/support


28 May 2021

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Ep 30 - TAP Review of Stretch Your Mind by Gustavo Razzetti

The Afrocentrist Podcast

How are you today? And how did your week go? I hope you had a good holiday? I, Ejiro got to hang out with some friends and it felt good to be out of my cocoon for a bit.  Now, today’s episode is quite lengthy but gosh!!! It’s so good! I legit had a great time editing this one. I kept laughing and laughing but at the same time learning. And there is something sweet about learning while having fun, it tends to stick better. I want you to experience that too, so just block out time to watch this one. You could listen as well, I promise you’d get the same feeling either way.  So, we introduced a new segment to The  Afrocentrist podcast (TAP) called TAP review where we get to review a  book. This will take place every second and fourth Friday of the month so watch out for it.   Our first book on this segment is “STRETCH  YOUR MIND” by GUSTAVO RAZZETTI. This is such a short but very interesting and practical book. You’re going to love this review I  promise.  There is a pace test link that came with the book and you should try it out and send us your feedback. Also in your feedback let us know which of the stretches we covered in today’s episode resonates with you the most and which one you are going to try out.  Take the pace test here - http://www.richardwiseman.com/quirkology/pace.html Watch the episode here - https://youtu.be/cyFFp06gZnQDo remember to subscribe to the podcast both on Youtube and on Buzzsprout.  Thank you so much for your support and encouragement. You are amazing and I celebrate you. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/afrocentrist) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theafrocentrist/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theafrocentrist/support

1hr 6mins

14 May 2021

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Fostering Accountability with Gustavo Razzetti


On this episode of Money Savage ENGAGE, we talked about creating fearless cultures, the important role accountability plays, and how to implement as well as celebrate successful partnerships with Gustavo Razzetti, Founder of Liberationist, an organization impacting corporate cultures, Speaker and Consultant.  Listen to learn a proven process for enacting real and lasting change! For the Difference Making Tip, scan ahead to 18:30! You can learn more about Gustavo at Liberationist.org, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. We’re honored to have been named one of the top podcasts from investing! George is honored to be included on Investopedia's list of the Top 100 Financial Advisors for 2019! Have George speak to your organization. You can learn more about the show at GeorgeGrombacher.com, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook or contact George at Contact@GeorgeGrombacher.com.  Check out Money Alignment Academy as well!


20 Oct 2020

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Gustavo Razzetti on Defeating Perfectionism, Building Momentum, and Stretching for Change

Real Talk with Ben Tompkins

Gustavo Razzetti (@GusRazzetti) is a writer, public speaker, and the CEO of Liberationist, a consultancy firm based in Chicago that helps teams implement positive changes and upgrades mindsets and ways of working to build agile, collaborative, and adaptive teams. He's consulted with some of the biggest companies in the world, including Proctor & Gamble, Coca-Cola, Verizon, and 20th Century Fox to name a few. He is a regular contributor to Medium and has also written three books, Stretch for Change, Stretch Your Mind, Stretch Your Team.Gustavo joins the show to discuss how to defeat perfectionism, how to build positive momentum for ourselves through minimum viable changes, how to use the "yes, and" mindset, how to avoid and recover from burnout, what radical candor is all about, plus tons of good nuggets from his work with different clients. Check out his books on Amazon and his work on his website, Liberationist.org🔗 https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/099909730X/ref=dbs_a_w_dp_099909730x🔗 https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0797DZLQQ/ref=dbs_a_w_dp_b0797dzlqq🔗 https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B082WWPN1V/ref=dbs_a_w_dp_b082wwpn1v🔗 https://liberationist.org

1hr 51mins

13 Aug 2020

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Episodio 7: Cómo liberar el Cambio Organizacional con Gustavo Razzetti

¡Reinventándonos! Podcast

En este séptimo Episodio de Reinventándonos Podcast hablamos con Gustavo Razzetti, facilitador del Cambio Organizacional y fundador y CEO de Liberationist.    Hablamos sobre la visión del Cambio que se tiene y cómo podríamos cambiarla para poder liberar a nuestros equipos y organizaciones. Sobre el approach que nos puede ayudar en consultoría a responder de manera más natural y efectiva en nuestras organizaciones. Sobre cómo crear ambientes donde no sólo sobrevivamos sino que crezcamos e innovemos. Además vimos su Culture Design Canvas que permite a las organizaciones co-diseñar su Cultura Organizacional y democratizar el cambio.   Episodio de gran aprendizaje, aterrizado y distendido. Esperemos que lo disfrutes tanto como nosotros.    Gustavo Razzetti es consultor y autor de tres libros: Stretch for Change, Stretch Your Team and Stretch Your Mind. Lleva más de 25 años como consultor y ha dado Workshops por más de 20 países y con cientos de compañías de Fortune 500. Sus publicaciones han salido en revistas como Forbes.    Reinventándonos Podcast es dirigido por Luis Salas y producido por Polymath una Consultora en Cambio Organizacional que acompaña a las organizaciones en su Cambio Organizacional y las prepara para el futuro. Co-diseñando formas de trabajo más cercanas, ágiles, humanas, colaborativas y más divertidas.    ¡Nos vemos reinventando a tu organización! *Música por Guillermo Güereque Müller @memoguereque 


29 Jun 2020

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How To Use The Culture Canvas with Gustavo Razzetti

The Melting Pot with Dominic Monkhouse

These are uncertain times, and now more than ever, the success of your organisation can literally come down to its culture. But what if you don’t have a company culture (that you know of) or maybe you’re wondering how to implement your ideal company culture, wonder no more. Today’s guest, Gustavo Razzetti is not only a culture practitioner, but he’s spent the last 20 years helping teams work smarter and faster, together, partnering with clients to design fearless workplace cultures, unlocking the whole team’s potential and giving that organisation a competitive advantage. Gustavo has amalgamated all of his company culture knowledge and distilled it down into creating an easy to use and easy to implement culture tool, the Culture Canvas, an open framework that makes culture actionable.If you have any questions about it, or if you’re curious how to put the Culture Canvas into practice, what elements of it need to be contiguous with those you already have in place, how to surface the Canvas, how to share it and make it easy to live every day, as well as how to ensure that your hard work implementing your ideal company culture isn’t lost, this is one episode you don’t want to miss. “Culture is something fluid, now, it's not one thing. It's not something that you do once and that's it.”On today’s podcast:What Culture Canvas isHow to implement the different elements of itHiring for culture fitAligning sub-team culture and company cultureSurfacing norms and rulesCreating psychological safety Links:https://liberationist.org/culture-design-canvas/Stretch for ChangeStretch Your MindStretch Your Team


23 Jun 2020

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Stretch For Change - Gustavo Razzetti

Wreck Your Perfection

For this week's episode of Wreck Your Perfection, I had the amazing chance to interview Gustavo Razzetti. Gustavo is a sought-after speaker, author, and change facilitator who transforms lives, teams, and organizations through consulting, training and team coaching. He is the founder and CEO of Liberationist a change consultancy that future proofs your workplace culture and the creator of the Culture Design Canvas. Gustavo's book Stretch for Change has been selected as a Soundview Best Business Book for 2017. Follow the links below to check out some of the great work he's doing, and pick up a copy of his book, Stretch For Change. This interview only brushes the surface of all that Gustavo has to say about practical ways to bring about real change in your life. Blog: https://liberationist.org/the-blog/ Culture Design Canvas: https://liberationist.org/the-culture-design-canvas/ Website: https://liberationist.org/ Go to https://wreckyourperfection.com/ to learn more, and to read the blog. You can also donate to support the podcast, and 10% of all proceeds will go to World Food Programme to help reach their zero hunger goal worldwide by 2030.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wreckyourperfection/support


6 Dec 2019