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Fluid Co-Creation

Fluid Co-creation Framework

Go beyond your practice.


Workshop Designed for Facilitators and Change Experts.

Purpose of the Training

The objective of this training is to learn how to thrive in an uncertain economy which requires a new way of working together called fluid co-creation.


Innovation and creativity often happen through collaboration. When we expand our ability to collaborate and lead others through fluid co-creation, we tap into our curiosity and learn the art of improvisation. 


In this intimate and practical training, we’ll explore the depth of fluid co-creation to understand our role as part of a system and the whole system itself.


Training Overview

  1. Uncover your beliefs and biases about co-creation with an initial group exercise.

  2. Receive guidance from two expert facilitators and co-creation practitioners to discover - What is fluid co-creation, why does it matter and how can you apply it?

  3. Engage in individual and group exercises to practice improvisation.

  4. Expand your curiosity and develop an ability to stay safe while navigating uncertainty.

  5. Learn how to lead others in a fluid co-creation framework


What to expect

We’ll take you on a focused, interactive, and participatory journey. This is an atypical 2-hour workshop to build skills you can pop in your pocket, take back to work, and use immediately.


This course is for you, if you:

  • Seek a new way to collaborate with others

  • Wish to develop your curiosity and improvisation skills

  • Want to lower your anxiety from constant changes

  • Want to discover a new framework to lead others

Dec 11th
Feb 24th
March 25TH
Free Open Mic
To prepare for our zoom gathering discussion, we'd like to survey your experience as facilitators, managers and change agents.
We'll share the results during the gathering.

Your Facilitators

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Meredith Lewis

Facilitator, Trainer, Critical Friend,

Writer: I make people feel heard and help them understand their stories.

Meredith has over 25 years’ experience of working in the tertiary, creative, and community sectors including as a manager, project manager, trainer, arts manager, choreographer and performer.

She specializes in leading discussions, creative interventions and workshops that help people navigate their way past groupthink, discover shared values, and invigorate imagination.

She does this through conducting workshops, facilitating discussions, co-creating plans, and giving presentations.


Virginie Glaenzer

Conscious Leader, Trend Maker building Communities and Digital SenseMaker. 

Virginie has harnessed more than 25 years of experience as a renowned digital expert through executive leadership, consulting work, keynoting and thought leadership.
She has spoken at many top conferences and events such as Customer Experience Conferences, Chief Growth Officer Conference, C-Suite Conference, The Marketing Forum. She is the author of The Awakened Brand and the host of the Pass the Mic podcast, which aims to bring compassion and conscious leadership to business and in our personal lives and help listeners ask themselves questions to become conscious self-authoring leaders.



Please note: each workshop session is limited to 10 people on a first come first serve basis.

Sponsorship Available. Everyone should be given the opportunity to open knowledge. Contact us.


Available on demand.
White Threads


Open Mic Zoom Gathering

Free Registration

Embroidery Hoops


  • 2PM to 4PM Pacific Time

  • 5PM-7PM Eastern Time

  • 7AM +1 Melbourne, Australia


"Thanks for inviting me to the session; I am so glad I joined. It was valuable, informative and insightful. I look forward to more insightful learning from you both."

 - Consultant Facilitator, NY, USA

"The workshop was amazing. I'm excited to put to practice this new approach of Fluid Co-creation to help my team thrive."

- Executive, Berlin, Germany

"I enjoyed the shared experiences and conversations as well as both diving into the nuances of what co-creation is and isn’t and the opportunity to practice."

- Group Leader and Agile Coach, CA, USA

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