“Fixation is the way to death. Fluidity is the way to life.” — Miyamoto Musashi ∼∼∼∼∼ Successful teams require more than great players — they need people … Read more
Gustavo Razzetti is the CEO of Liberationist, a change leadership consultancy that helps organizations become more innovative. His human-centered approach liberates the 'change gene' within every team.
Razzetti has over 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.
In his capacity advising CEOs and teams of everything from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies, Razzetti has consulted companies in almost every business category including Verizon, P&G, 20th Century Fox, Coca-Cola, General Motors, Allstate, Walgreens and McDonald’s, among others. He was previously EVP at Leo Burnett Chicago. Prior to that, he worked as CEO of Euro RSCG in New York, Argentina, and Puerto Rico.
Gustavo has authored hundreds of articles on innovation, change leadership and personal transformation. He has participated in the—by invitation only—Innovation Leadership Program at Stanford University.
Now living in Chicago, Razzetti is married with two sons.
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