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?
The Enneagram is a powerful system 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.
Who Uses It?
Educational institutions, businesses, government agencies, court officials and the legal profession, clergy of all major faiths, counselors, health care professionals, individuals and couples all use the Enneagram for bettering communications and teamwork, relationships, and self-understanding.
What can studying the Enneagram do for you?
◆ Resolve conflicts—internal and external
◆ Enhance communication skills
◆ Know yourself as never before
◆ Make better decisions
◆ Learn about others
◆ Respond better to challenging situations
◆ Improve your relationships