Accelerate Your Cultural Transformation
We help changemakers transform their workplace culture.
Liberationist is a change leadership partner that turns people into agents of positive change.
We work with leaders and their teams to overcome resistance to change. Our approach quickly changes the way they work, lead, and create together.
Liberate the best version of your team
Most teams are not broken—they just need a new mindset. Organizations that address pervasive mindsets are 4x more likely to succeed in their workplace culture transformations.
Liberationist upgrades your team's mindsets to increase agility, collaboration, and innovation.
Future proof your workplace culture
Your culture is a competitive advantage—it can't be replicated. Upgrade your organizational mindset and ways of working. Align on bold steps for success.
We design a future-proofed culture, today.
How to Develop A Positive Team Culture:
We turn people into agents of change by:
→ Creating a safe and participatory environment
→ Building trustful, collaborative relationships
→ Modeling agile, positive mindsets
→ Increasing self-awareness, creativity, and resilience
→ Facilitating and coaching new ways of working
Gustavo nailed it perfectly and unleashed the 'change agent gene' within our employees.
—Guillaume Alvarez, SVP Europe & Middle East, Steelcase
They brought a new perspective, through exercises that make everyone feel safe and free to experiment .
—Emily Meisenzahl, Asst. Director, Northwestern University
Liberationist eye-opening sold out workshops challenged conventional thinking on how to build teams and solve problems.
—Bonnie Shifrin, Director of Membership, Chicago Ideas
They turned our corporate retreat into a cultural transformational experience.
—Rebecca Reid, Global Accounts, Executive's Club of Chicago
We are still talking about the positive impact they created on our leadership team.
—Sergio Fernandez, Chief Strategy Officer, The Alumni Society
Gustavo's contribution to the success of our conference has already caused educators to start leading changes in their organizations.
—Shimon Amar, CEO, Ohalo College of Education, Israel