Relationships can be confusing and complicated. As we grow, we recognize that others do not think like us or feel the way we do or act in a way that seems natural to us. Are they wrong? Are we crazy? How do we understand our different behaviors and find ways to work and live together?
The Enneagram helps us to understand the many lenses people use to experience the world.
We all have three Centers of Intelligence: Head Center, Heart Center, and Body Center but each of us spends more time in one.
We all have three instincts: Social, Self Preservation, and One-to-One, and again in each of us, one is dominant, and one is repressed.
When we combine our dominant Center of Intelligence, our dominant Instinct, and our Enneagram Type, misunderstanding and conflict often arise due to many different ways of seeing the world.
Work, family, and intimate relationships require self-awareness to seek common ground. The Enneagram can help open the mind, heart, and body to find the courage to take the essential steps toward relating authentically and relationally.
The Enneagram provides essential wisdom to those in leadership seeking to find a way to lead authentically and effectively. As leaders, each Enneagram Type brings different skills and temperaments to the team. When we take the time to increase our awareness, we can learn how to improve our effectiveness as a leader and gain humility regarding what we need to work on and what additional skills we need to attract to our team.
It would be a privilege to help you get to know yourself better and give insight into becoming more authentic, honest, compassionate, and effective in your personal and professional relationships.