Sabine Söder

Sabine Soeder

Senior Fellow

On Social Media

How do we lead together successfully and with impact in times of growing complexity and insecurity? How can interactions in vivid spaces create tangible results? Sabine Soeder is connecting this kind of questions together with her team around the "living system" of CoCreativeFlow through customized Facilitation supported by visualization. She combines creativity with clear communication and uses innovative forms of leadership and space to generate sustain results and tangible actions.

Sabine Soeder combines her experiences and knowledge as an architect from projects like the Berlin Main Station (employed at von Gerkan Marg und Partner, 1994 - 1998) with a lot of different projects and facilitation in diverse organizations. She uses Visuals as classical Graphic Recordings, Graphic Facilitation and strategic illustrations in an interactive way as a powerful tool for Transformation processes.

  • 2012: Founder CoCreativeFlow
  • since 2008: Consultance and Facilitation in Organisational Development
  • 2006-2008: Formation Graphic Recording/ Graphic Facilitation at Alchemy Ltd, Denver USA
  • 2000-2002: Postgraduate Studies of Lighting Design at the Technical University Illmenau
  • 1992: Master in Architecture Technical University Munich, Germany
  • 1986-1992: Architecture Studies at the Technical University of Munich and the Politecnico, Milan, Italy

Publications at the IASS

Publications prior to joining the IASS

  • "Visuals in World Cafés", In: Weitbrecht, M.: Co-Create 2015
  • „Wie kann ein Visionsprozess gestaltet und begleitet werden" und „Die Gestaltung des Visionstags", Herausgeber: Susanne Degen und Andreas Unfried: XXL-Pfarrei - Wie Menschen Kirche entwickeln 2018
  • „Visuals in World Cafés - Draw to prepare, host and harvest", "-Tipps and Hints for Harvesting", "- the Entrepreneur Day" in the Visual Facilitation Field Guide, Editors: Rachel Smith, Tim Hamons, Jeroen Blijsie 2018
  • "Enlarging awareness of the field of visual facilitation for the future" (together with Mary Alice Arthur), Visual Facilitation Field Guide, Editors: Rachel Smith, Tim Hamons, Jeroen Blijsie 2018
  • Stewardcouncil member of the World Café Foundation