The Enneagram has deep and broad implications and possibilities for the development of your team. Our nine advanced modules support your team to improve communication, creative collaboration, negotiation, conflict resolution, leverage strenths, and account for weaknesses.
We offer a suite of advanced Enneagram modules to support your team to become even more self aware and utilize the wisdom of the Enneagram model for more effective collaboration. We encourage teams to take the whole series in the order below, but you can also pick specific modules that interest you for a custom program. A call with our team will help you clarify what’s best for your organization.
Each Enneagram type is associated with limiting beliefs that affect listening and feedback styles. You’ll learn about your type’s limiting beliefs and how you can stay aware of them to be a more effective listener, and to take in feedback with less reactivity. You'll also discover how each type likes to receive feedback, so you can better frame your communication to minimize conflict and maximize learning.
Each Enneagram type has a vice and a virtue: the vice is how we create our unique brand of suffering, the virtue points towards the path to ease our suffering. Learning about the achilles heels and super-powers of your team-mates is a setup for more compassion, understanding, and effective collaboration. You’ll also find that as you spend less type in your vice and more time in your virtue, life will become more exquisite.
Discover the communication style of each team member (built on the vice and focus of attention from earlier modules). This is a game changer in terms of genuinely understanding your team-mates and yourself. Everyone will learn how to express themselves more clearly and to effectively listen to one another.
Defense mechanisms are unconscious psychological strategies we use to deal with overwhelming situations. While they were formed to protect us, they also keep us from experiencing our true selves. In this session, we help you to understand what each type is trying to avoid that keeps you from being a more responsive leader.
We offer you a guide that defines the triggers and behaviors to look out for that cause each type to get reactive. We’ll also share practical shift moves associated with each type to help you more easily come back to presence. This session is also an introduction to basic conscious leadership models that may inspire a team to want to begin a conscious culture program with us as a next exploration.
Though there are 9 Enneagram types, there are actually 27 unique expressions because each type has three variations known as instincts. You’ll explore the three instincts: self-preservation, one:one, and social. We lead with one of the styles, which influences how we specifically react in challenging situations. These patterns are formed in childhood; understanding your instinctual patterns is a beautiful key to unraveling unsatisfying life-long patterns.