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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Gustavo Razzetti. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Gustavo Razzetti, often where they are interviewed.

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9 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Gustavo Razzetti. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Gustavo Razzetti, often where they are interviewed.

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

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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,



Aug 13 2020 · 1hr 51mins
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Episodio 7: CĂłmo liberar el Cambio Organizacional con Gustavo Razzetti

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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 

Jun 29 2020 · 51mins
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How To Use The Culture Canvas with Gustavo Razzetti

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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 is
  • How to implement the different elements of it
  • Hiring for culture fit
  • Aligning sub-team culture and company culture
  • Surfacing norms and rules
  • Creating psychological safety 


Jun 23 2020 · 44mins
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Stretch For Change - Gustavo Razzetti

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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.


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Dec 06 2019 · 51mins
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Building Better Relationships Within A Company With Gustavo Razzetti

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“Teams are always evolving, the vision changes, the teams are more like a jazz band, re-inventing their workflow, and not like a symphony! They are adapting, improvising, their dynamic is crucial.”

Gustavo Razzetti is a sought-after speaker, author, and change facilitator who has transformed lives, brands, 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.

The 11th podcast offers some interesting insights on how you can form a fearless team!
Nov 12 2019 · 42mins
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How Mindset Can Help You Handle Failure with Gustavo Razzetti

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In the high-stakes world of trading, it’s only a matter of time before you make a mistake. But high-achievers are notoriously bad at handling failure. Today’s guest, Gustavo Razzetti wants to change that. Gustavo stopped by to talk to Jeff about resetting your mindset so that you look at mistakes and failures as an opportunity to grow.Tune in to today’s episode as Gustavo offers up his best advice for dealing with failure and stay tuned for this week’s MARKet Reactions.

  • [00:16] - This week: Gustavo Razzetti
  • [01:19] - Market reaction
  • [06:14] - Trader documentary with Paul Tudor Jones
  • [08:08] - Jeff Carter interview with Gustavo Razzetti
    • [08:38] - Building positive culture with Liberationist
    • [09:52] - Why companies penalize mistakes
    • [10:49] - Getting over the fear of making mistakes
    • [15:36] - Asking about mistake policies
    • [17:46] - Core principles at Liberationist
    • [19:40] - The behaviors we reward and punish
    • [23:08] - Creating influence within a company
    • [25:58] - Decentralized autonomy
    • [28:22] - Change fitness
    • [32:46] - Grateful isn't just thanking somebody
    • [37:53] - Improving mistake tolerance

Gustavo Razzetti is the CEO of Liberationist, a consultancy that helps purpose-driven organizations make positive change. His human-centered approach liberates the best version of leaders and their teams. Razzetti has more than 20 years of experience transforming human behavior at the intersection of neuroscience, design thinking, mindfulness, and creativity.Gustavo is the author of Stretch for Change, Stretch Your Mind, and Stretch Your Team. He is also a regular speaker and has facilitated hundreds of change workshops in the US, Europe, and Latin America. This episode of Limit Up! is hosted by Jeff Carter. Jeff is a general partner at West Loop Ventures. In April of 2007, he co-founded Hyde Park Angels and spearheaded the growth and development of one of the most active angel groups in the United States. He has consulted on the startup of several other angel groups. He is a former independent trader and member of the CME Board of Directors and was part of a small group that transformed CME from an open outcry exchange to the largest electronic exchange in the world. In 1998, CME was worth $182,134,000 in membership enterprise value. Today it’s worth $55 Billion.
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Nov 07 2019 · 43mins
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026 - How to design meetings that we love to attend - with Gustavo Razzetti

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In this episode, I talk to Gustavo Razzetti, a speaker, author, change facilitator and the founder of Liberationist. He is an active blogger and has written over 400 articles on change, on leadership and team development.

We speak about organizational and behavioural change, about leadership and about meetings that are an integral part of a change process. We discuss the difference between meetings and workshops and how you stop having meetings on auto-pilot.  

Gustavo shares his concept of workshops being a tool for experimenting and practising new behaviours. And along these lines, he shares some of his favourite exercises that you can apply in regular meetings and which will help to foster communication across hierarchies.  

Don’t miss the part when Gustavo shares his advice to new team leaders how to plan their first meetings and inventories existing routines. 

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Questions and Answers

[3:23] What do you mean when you call yourself a “change instigator” and to what extent is it different from a “change consultant”?

[4:34] How much will do you need from the organisation to really drive the change?

[5:53] What do you think is the biggest misconception of change?

[8:15] How do you help leaders to find comfort in this uncertainty? 

[10:16] What does it take for a leader to trust their team?

[20:48] What is the key difference between a meeting and a workshop according to you?

[23:39] If you could change one thing in the way how organizations meet, what would you change?

[24:53] What is according to you, the best strategy to get out of autopilot?

[26:28] How do you get everyone to speak? 

[29:58] How do you avoid auto-pilot in recurrent meetings that tend to follow the same structure every week?

[32:16] Do you believe in virtual meetings?

[36:48] Do you think this is related to the safe space? 

[38:11] What would be your advice to a new team leader to have meetings that matter?

[41:15] How important do you consider courage for a team lead or for team leaders to be good meeting facilitators?

[47:03] What makes workshops fail according to you?

[49:19] What is your favourite exercise?

[53:27] How do you build the pairs of two?

[55:30] Anything you would like to share that we haven't touched upon?

[56:09] Would you have this conversation with a team? 

[57:12] When did you start calling yourself a facilitator?

[1:00:32] What do you want the audience to remember?

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Sep 18 2019 · 1hr 2mins
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Ep 14: Leading Positive Change with Gustavo Razzetti

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Leaders want to turn change into positive outcomes for our organizations and ourselves. Gustavo Razetti provides key insights into how to create the results you really want while enjoying the process along the way.

Aug 07 2019 · 37mins
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The Democratization of Leadership - Gustavo Razzetti

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Si quieres ver el vĂ­deo con slides:

Leadership is not a title but a mindset.

Organizations must treat people as sensors—everyone can detect both opportunities and threats, any employee can be an agent of change. If you see something, do something—everyone has the ability and responsibility to drive change.

Unleash your change gene. Give yourself permission to lead.
Jan 21 2019 · 40mins