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Use the power of the Enneagram to improve workplace behavior!
The Enneagram is a nine-point figure representing personality types and the interrelationships among them. The Enneagram system describes nine personality types and charts the interactions among the various types. Based on centuries of tradition, use, and recent research, the Enneagram theory has now been developed into a program that provides you with a solid base to help people understand how to work with the dynamics of various personality types in the workplace. It encompasses both an opportunity to appreciate and empower personal and professional style.
The basic tools:
The Enneagram Personality Portraits
Enhancing Professional Relationships
This book provides detailed background about the origins of the Enneagram, the characteristics of its nine personality types, and the interrelationships of the types.
Inventory and Profile
This tool offers a way for people to find out more about themselves and their personality, and how they can enhance interactions with others. By answering a series of questions, your participants will be able to determine which of the nine personality types most closely fits them. The Profile then provides descriptions of the personality, work style, leadership style, and directions of growth for each type.
Starter Trainer's Package
This program has everything you need to learn about and implement the Enneagram concept in your organization. It includes a copy of the book Enhancing Professional Relationships and a copy of Inventory and Profile.
About the Author
PATRICK J. ASPELL, Ph.D., is a consultant in private practice with his wife Dee Dee in San Antonio, Texas. Patrick earned his doctorate in Psychology from United States International University and his doctorate in Philosophy and S.T.L. in Theology from Catholic University of America. DEE DEE ASPELL, M.A., is a consultant in private practice with her husband Patrick in San Antonio, Texas. Dee Dee earned her master's degree in Clinical Psychology from St. Mary's University.
Table of Contents
Origins of the Enneagram.
Arrows and Wings of Development.
Enneagram Type ONE.
Enneagram Type TWO.
Enneagram Type THREE.
Enneagram Type FOUR.
Enneagram Type FIVE.
Enneagram Type SIX.
Enneagram Type SEVEN.
Enneagram Type EIGHT.
Enneagram Type NINE.
Types in Relationships.
Enneagram and Colors.
Applications of the Enneagram.
Appendix A: Summary Charts of Key Traits.
Appendix B: Summary Charts of Congruence.
About the Authors.