Lio Spiegler

Lio has almost two decades of experience in the branding and advertising industries. He moved to NY from Israel in 2000 and has since helped Fortune 500 companies as well as boutique clients articulate and communicate their brands in the changing marketplace to playfully, yet productively, engage audiences in a meaningful way. Lio’s research into the effects of mass communications has led him to the study of network science and the Integral Method, which focuses on human relationship as the cause of, and the solution to, all the ills of the modern work environment. “Because of the interconnected nature of our world, you might say that an employee flapping his wings in corporate, might ultimately cause a hurricane on a remote social network. This means that as strange as it may sound, if you want your customers to be happy and engaged, you need to make sure your employees are happy and engaged.”

Lio loves hard data, and surprising games, and he brings an incredible spirit to the workshop and to the corporate conference room.

Lio is also one of the co-creators of the film Crossroads: labor pains of a new world view (, which looks at the influence of the surrounding environment on social values, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and at shaping a new environment as the solution to the growing challenges of an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world.