Enneagram Personality Portraits, Improving Problem-Solving Skills Card Deck- Idealist Thinkers (set of 9 cards), Trainer's Guide

Overview

This program translates each style into a mode of thinking so groups and departments can realize the talents at their disposal to accomplish various goals.

Using Enneagram personality styles, this program helps people:

* Recognize their strengths in resolving problems
* Tailor communication style to be most effective in various situations
* Optimize interactions with people of differing styles to deter conflict
* Understand their role in ...

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Overview

This program translates each style into a mode of thinking so groups and departments can realize the talents at their disposal to accomplish various goals.

Using Enneagram personality styles, this program helps people:

* Recognize their strengths in resolving problems
* Tailor communication style to be most effective in various situations
* Optimize interactions with people of differing styles to deter conflict
* Understand their role in problem-solving processes . . . and more!

This is an excellent tool for furthering process improvement, management skills, team development, and more! Be sure to give each participant a set of reminder cards to use as a daily and spur-of-the-moment reminder of behaviors as they work to improve their problem-solving skills.

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Table of Contents

Notes to the Trainer.
Module 1. The Enneagram and Personality Types.
Module 2. Thinking Styles.
Module 3. Behavioral Hints.
Module 4. Focus of Thinking.
Module 5. Transformation.
Module 6. Problem Solving.
Module 7. Action Planning.
Introduction.
Personalty Type-Descriptions of Enneagram Personality Types-Personal Reflections.
Nine Thinking Styles.
Ones: Idealist Thinkers.
Twos: Affective Thinkers.
Threes: Practical Thinkers.
Fours: Individualist Thinkers.
Fives: Analytical Thinkers.
Sixes: Authoritative Thinkers.
Sevens: Positive Thinkers.
Eights: Dialectical Thinkers.
Nines: Holistic Thinkers.
Charts of the Nine Thinking Styles.
Focus on Thinking.
Transformation of Thinking Style.
Arrows of Development.
Wings of Development.
Five Ways to Improve Each of the Nine Thinking Styles.
Nine Approaches to Problem Solving.
Taking Action.
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