You might wonder, “What is a “Meetup?”
Wikipedia of course has an excellent definition:
“Meetup is an online social networking portal that facilitates offline group meetings in various localities around the world. Meetup allows members to find and join groups unified by a common interest.”
Each month a different topic will be explored.
Join us April 12th*….
Recognizing when You’re on Autopilot led by Jenny Yoder
How is it that we become habitual in our personality?
On April 12th*, we’ll discuss the basic fear, the basic desire, and our ‘wake-up call’ for each of the primary nine Enneagram styles to help us understand when we are behaving in the habitual patterns of our primary Enneagram type or style. Noticing when we are behaving in our habitual patterns allows us to respond as the situation calls for instead of how we often react, especially when we are under stress.
*This meetup will be held on the 2nd Thursday of the month and in Room H-1.
Biography: Jenny brings twenty plus years of expertise working in diverse roles from small-business ownership, distribution, sales, marketing, services and product management, operations, team facilitation, and change and transition employee communications consulting within high-tech organizations ranging from small business to Fortune 100 multinationals around the world. Her educational background in psychology and organizational management, combined with her ICF certification as a coach, supports a masterful approach to transformative leadership development. Most recently, Jenny’s sixteen years at Intel Corporation included coaching hundreds of senior leaders and technical contributors around the globe, content creation and facilitation of team workshops for over 1500 individuals, and communications consulting with multiple general managers, their staffs and teams to increase employee engagement and enhance results.
On May 17th…
Self-Expression, Diversity and Technology: Understanding Millennials led by Renee Siegel
Millennials face challenges that we have not faced in many years, if ever. Changes in our economy, job market, political landscape, sexual expression and schooling are just a few of the areas that challenge this group.
Their resourcefulness is pretty remarkable through networking and accessing information through a variety of growing sources.
Come hear how the character structure and strategy developed and managed by type has an influence on how millennials navigate their way. Whether you are a millennial, the parent or grandparent of a millennial, you are certain to benefit by listening to a panel of millennials share their insights with you.
Would you like to be on the panel? We are looking for millennials that know their Type and are familiar with the Enneagram to be on a panel. If you are interested, please contact Renee by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Biography: Renee Siegel believes that “partnering with you in wellness” is what works to empower those seeking change! Awareness Balance and Connection is the secret formula to anchoring lifestyle changes. And the Enneagram is central to her practice: it is a map for growing self-awareness, finding balance and re-establishing connection with self and others in your life. She maintains a small private practice, teaches around the world and has just launched Pure Potential Retreats for women.
Second Thursday evening for April from 6:30 p.m.- 8:45 p.m.
Registration: Click HERE to register.
April 12, 2018
6:30 p.m.- 8:45 p.m.
Paradise Valley United Methodist Church 4455 E. Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 in Room H-1*
*April’s Meetup will be held in H-1 which is directly upstairs from H-7.
Please park in the South parking lot to be close to Building H. There are 3 parking lots- one on the west side, one on the east side and one on the south. If you park on the west side, please follow the South Bridge to Building “E” and turn right to proceed to Building “H”. The classroom is upstairs on the west side of the building.
Please bring family, friends and co-workers.
$10.00/per person or $5.00/per person who is a current AEA Member collected at the door
Contact Sheila at email@example.com
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.