CLASS: Introductory Tour of the Types

Presented by Jaye Andres

Have you ever wondered why others don’t see things the way you do? How we view the world and respond to it is based on the viewpoints of our personality types and the patterns formed by them, combined with our own unique “essential self”.

What is the Enneagram (pronounced Any-a-gram)? It’s a powerful overview of 9 distinct personality types; each with its own strengths, challenges, motivations, and positive paths for growth. Taught worldwide, it crosses gender and cultural lines.

What can the Enneagram do for you? Know yourself as never before; learn about others; enhance communication skills; make better decisions; resolve conflicts-internal and external; respond better to challenging situations; improve your relationships.

In this 3 hour Introduction, in addition to an overview of the system, you will learn about the motivational core set- up of each of the nine types. And, since there’s no better way to learn than from the types themselves, you will hear from 3 exemplars of each type (via video). By the end of this introduction participants report that they have either found their type, or have it narrowed down to two. For those already familiar with the Enneagram this intro serves as a powerful review and delivers further understanding of the types.

This class is $25 as a standalone class, or this class is included in the registration for for the full weekend workshop with Michael Goldberg that is taking place on April 21-22, 2018.


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EVENT DETAILS

When:

April 20, 2018

Time:

6:00pm – 9:00pm

Where:

Paradise Valley United Methodist Church | H1

Cost:

$25 for standalone class, or this class is included in the registration fee for the weekend workshop.

Register online to attend the INTRO TOUR ONLY as a standalone class | Click HERE
Register online to attend the full weekend WORKSHOP which INCLUDES THIS CLASS | Click HERE for Michael Goldberg’s Workshop
Register by Phone or Email: Contact Sheila Grant 602-888-1381 | or by email

Registration in advance is extremely helpful in order to provide class notes, adequate seating, and name badges, as well as, administrative staff and volunteers needed for this event.