Leaders around the world are demanding more accurate information on how best to communicate with others, inspire them to share their vision and goals, provide clear direction and keep things on track through clear feedback. They are also interested in developing a more humane and person-centered approach to the workplace so that they can attract and retain valuable employees and achieve peak productivity.
The Enneagram is a dynamic diagnostic tool for understanding people and their relationships. It describes nine basic worldviews and nine different ways of doing business in the world. Each style has its own inherent gifts, blind spots, and triggers, and its own distinct ways of thinking, acting and being. Knowing your Enneagram type helps guide change from the inside out and provides a map for self-development that translates insights into a plan for action.
For individuals, we use the Enneagram to help identify what drives the way you see yourself, do your work, relate to colleagues, and make decisions. These insights are essential to breaking limiting habits and building flexible and effective responses to clients, co-workers, and the ever-changing corporate environment.
For teams, we use the Enneagram to gain insight into their individual and interactive working styles. We work with team members to understand their own approach to work and appreciate the various styles of their colleagues. In doing so, team members develop effective ways to resolve conflict, leverage change, and work together more consciously and creatively.