CoCreativeFlow is part of a living system.
We work in diverse projects together,
meet each week online and
onsite 2-3 times / year all together
Members of the Core-Team:
Andrea Maurer CMMaurer
expert for Change and architectural office concepts for New Work and Activity Based Working
Sandra Dirks Sandra-Dirks.de
expert for Online Interaction and Graphic Recording
Wiebke Herding OnSubject
expert for inspiring communication, engaging meetings and powerful projects
Barbara Kruse Strategy Arena
expert for Strategy and Process Design Management
Edith Steiner-Janesch BrightPicture
expert for Graphic Recording and Strategic Illustrations
Karen Schmidt Over the Fence
expert for innovative Project Thinking & Designing
expert for Graphic Recording
Entrepreneur, owner of CoCreativeFlow, connector in a vibrant global network.
Working in Europe as a Flow Architect, facilitator and thinking partner - using the power of visuals - in co-creation with groups and individuals to design the best customized path in complex situations and co-guide to sustain solutions. As an architect and lighting designer in her "first business life" Sabine wants to build tangible outcomes. She brings more than 25 years of business experience - although co-hosting events with methods like World Café and Open Space with more than 500 participants. Working for global clients including DAX 30 and Forbes 500 organizations, governmental and NGOs.
Sabine is a member of the Council of the World Café Foundation, senior host at "The Art of Hosting and Harvesting Conversations that matter", a global approach of practice of innovative forms of leadership and collaboration. http://www.theworldcafe.com/
And she is member of the International Forum for Visual Practitioners https://www.ifvp.org/
As author Sabine has written articles, how to use visuals in World Cafés in the Visual Facilitation Field Book and in the book "Co-Create" from Mathias Weitbrecht, http://das-visualisierungs-buch.de/, and shares her experience of co-creating a common shared vision in the catholic church community of Oberursel in the book "XXL-Pfarrei - wie Menschen Kirche entwickeln".