Contributors

Enneafest 2021 will have professional teachers, contributors and cutting edge presenters from the global Enneagram community. The contributors will be bringing you a range of workshops to choose from, experiential and more traditional, spread across two days.

Find out more about the contributors below:

 

Susan Olesek

An unapologetic idealist, Susan Olesek is a Human Potentialist in passionate pursuit of what is possible for people.

 

As a consultant Susan has facilitated Fortune 500 clients in the work of self-development for over a decade, but it was an opportune visit to a Texas prison that changed the trajectory of her life forever. In 2012 she founded the Enneagram Prison Project (EPP), a burgeoning California Bay Area non-profit offering self-awareness education and self-regulation training to those incarcerated.

With an ambitious vision to see her favourite transformational tool in every corner of society, EPP is now programming from San Quentin State Prison to Australia, the UK, Belgium and beyond. Ultimately Susan has a dream of changing our collective vision of Social Justice in the long term through teaching the

incarcerated and having returning citizen graduates of the program (EPP Ambassadors) teach us about the prison of our own personality.

Susan believes wholeheartedly in everyone and anyone willing to take an honest look at themselves to make deep and lasting changes starting from the inside out.

Keynote 2: The Enneagram Prison Project (EPP): How Do We Value Freedom?

Susan Olesek (USA)

The world is changing rapidly and for the first time in our lives, many of us are encountering what it means to be in “lockdown,” a well-known experience endured for years by thousands of our EPP students in prison.

 

Compounding this, we are also now facing a heightened understanding of the systemic racism that has been oppressing black, indigenous, and people of colour (BIPOC) for generations. Never before has there been a more conducive climate in which to ask ourselves: How do we value freedom? 

 

In this presentation, EPP Ambassadors, who found personal freedom long before they were released from prison, will dialogue with the Founder of Enneagram Prison Project (EPP) about how we at EPP are moving forward with great intention to democratize the Enneagram, a tool we know frees us from the prisons of our own making and how we can no longer afford NOT to come to a collective answer to this arresting question.

 

Professor Peter Hawkins

Professor Peter Hawkins is a leading consultant and researcher in leadership, strategy, culture change and organisational learning. He is Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School, chairman of Renewal Associates and founder of Bath Consultancy Group.

Peter runs trainings in Systemic Team Coaching around the world. He has consulted to many leading global businesses, including IBM, PwC, HSBC, BBC, BAE, DWP, Capespan, Canon, Deloitte and British Land.   He is a prolific author, most recently of "Systemic Coaching: Delivering Value Beyond the Individual", the best-selling "Leadership Team Coaching" and "Leadership Team Coaching in Practice".

 

Spirituality is an integral part of his life. Peter has been involved in Sufism for around 40 years and since 2012 as a ‘Murshid’ leading ceremonies within the

Sufi Way movement. Less well known is his many-years interest in the Enneagram and the fact that he created a beautiful walled Enneagram garden on the Bath hillside that is his home.

Keynote 1: Changing Leadership Paradigms for a Changed World

Prof Peter Hawkins (UK) and Helen English (UK)

Never has the ground on which we stand – individually and collectively – felt so uncertain. In a world rocked by COVID 19, the leadership challenges are immense.  Now more than ever, resourceful responses are needed.  Yet our leaders frequently disappoint!  And let’s be clear – leaders are to be found at every level, in every crevice and corner of our business, organisational and social structures. 

 

Peter will demonstrate how changing leadership paradigms are vital for our changed and fast-changing world. Successful leadership blends greater self-awareness with increased system-awareness, enabling collaborative partnering across organisational ecosystems.  This kind of ethical, grounded, inspired and spirit-shaped leadership is badly needed.  But is it possible? 

 

The Enneagram is a leadership goldmine. It invites thinking, acting and being at multiple levels and across timelines. It embraces diversity and underlines systemic interconnection, helping us integrate multiple sources of data and different ways of knowing.

 

This session offers current stories of leadership and leadership development in the context of Enneagram wisdom. It demonstrates the Enneagram ‘in action’ in leadership development and coaching programmes within global corporates and SMEs.  It includes guest participants - some of our clients - who have participated and benefited (more details to follow – watch this space!) They will share their experience and the impact of this work, personally, organisationally and beyond.

 

Helen English

Helen is a coach, healer, group facilitator and organisation consultant with a 30-year career in people development and change.  And for 20 years, the Enneagram has played a key part.  US-certified with Helen Palmer and David Daniels she is a faculty member with ‘Enneagram Training’, providing licensed professional Enneagram qualifications in the UK.  Helen is also an active professional member and presenter with the International Enneagram Association.  She works alongside leading Enneagram professionals including Beatrice Chestnut, on the much-loved ‘Dante Florence and The Enneagram’.   

 

Helen works regularly with corporates and SMEs, leadership teams and individuals, bringing Enneagram-inspired coaching and consulting to enable

transformation. Her work centres on enabling profound change through improving and deepening relationships; with ourselves, with one another, with the natural world, with places and with Spirit.  For her, the Enneagram is about dynamic movement, change and energy flow, rather than static points or fixed theories.  Deeply rooted in sacred wisdom tradition it is also a very practical 21st century resource.

 

MA (Cantab), MSc, Chartered MCIPD. Certified Enneagram Professional in the Narrative Tradition.  Certified Integral Development Coach (New Ventures West)

Workshop 1: The Enneagram in Action in Organisations

Helen English (UK)

Leadership Development and the need for changing leadership paradigms is the conceptual focus of our Keynote, which also touches on current organisational practice.  In this workshop we take it further, hearing more of the Enneagram ‘in action’ in leadership development and coaching programmes within global corporates and SMEs.  Theory and practical know-how combined.

 

Helen English will host the session with colleagues and guest client speakers who share their experience and the impact of this work; personally, with colleagues, teams, organisationally and beyond.  Client organisations and guest speakers will be taking part from several different sectors, including leaders from one or more multi-national and by contrast, a small, high-turnover family business.  There will be ample opportunity for group work, questions and hands-on inquiry.

 

Heather Brown

About Heather:

 

Heather Brown has worked in all branches of management development consultancy, programme design and delivery, designing and facilitating team effectiveness and change management workshops, talent and career management and executive coaching.

After teaching in Further and Tertiary Education, she became a Senior Internal Consultant for Telstra (the Australian equivalent of BT), running workshops to enhance team effectiveness and for individual development.

 

She encountered the Enneagram in 2001 and became a certified Enneagram Teacher in the Narrative Tradition in 2004. She is a core faculty member

and Director with Enneagram Training, which runs the Narrative Tradition Enneagram Professional Training Programme in the UK/Ireland. She has a Masters in Personal and Organisational Development and a Level 7 Diploma in Leadership Mentoring and Executive Coaching.

 

She facilitates workshops and coaches using the Enneagram in the corporate and voluntary sectors, and for people on personal/spiritual journeys. She has co-authored, edited and translated several mainstream Enneagram books.

 

She is particularly interested in the integration of psychological, spiritual and somatic aspects to aid development journeys, and incorporates many somatic practices from her work as a Shiatsu practitioner in her work.

Workshop 9: Sitting in the Gap – Transformational Journeying with the Enneagram

Heather Brown (UK)

The Enneagram can be used in many ways as a map for our development journey. In this workshop we will talk about some typical stages of Enneagram development journeys. We will then experience a key somatic practice (Focusing), which enables you to listen to your body in a gentle, accepting way and hear the messages that your inner self is sending you. Honouring the wisdom you have inside you results in physical release, insight and positive life change.

Using Focusing, you understand yourself better, feel better and free yourself up to move forward on your development journey. In the 1960s and early 1970s, Eugene Gendlin developed this practice, based on his discovery that clients in psychotherapy had better outcomes when they took time and space to reflect on and Focus with their own inner sense of an issue. The Focusing Process is an empathic and compassionate way of being with oneself, one’s feelings and needs. When we Focus, we listen to something inside of us that wants to communicate with us. Tapping into this body knowing allows us to be open to the depth and richness of our whole self.

In this workshop you will learn about and discuss some key stages in Enneagram journeys, and identify which stage resonates most for you at this time and to use  guided Focusing exercises to tune in to the “felt sense” of what’s going on for you right now.

Fergus Sullivan

Fergus Sullivan MA, MSc has spent the last four years developing an Enneagram Questionnaire which has been designed for Senior Executive Assessment, Coaching and Development.

 

This project was informed by his application of the Enneagram in leadership development within a broad range of PLC, FTSE and privately owned clients across multiple sectors including financial services, aviation, defence, engineering & food manufacturing.

 

Having first been introduced to the Enneagram by Karen Webb in the early 1990’s he has over twenty years’ experience in the applied use of psychometrics within the business setting.  

 

Interest Corners

Our conference venue provides a generous open plan area, perfect for combining a drinks reception with discussion groups on emerging themes. We’ve named these ‘Interest Corners’, which will operate ‘Open Space’ style, so people can vote with their feet and move around freely.  Hopefully, in this post-lockdown era, with a bar and people also milling and chatting.  The formula was a great success at our last EnneaFest and we’re hoping to repeat it.

On-the-day Interest Corners

 

These will be decided when the time comes, in response to requests; “I want to hear more about how you built this Enneagram community…  etc.”

Pre-planned Interest Corners

 

These include Fergus Sullivan’s Interest Corner A: see below.

If you would like to host an Interest Corner yourself, please contact us.

Interest Corner A - The Enneagram Profile and how to apply it in business.

Fergus Sullivan (UK)

In Fergus’ own words, understanding a client’s Enneagram Type profile is what enables us, as coaches and consultants, to make an informed intervention without the privilege of time getting to know someone. An Enneagram Type Profile is the blueprint for what allows me to suggest I can make a difference when I am asked to “turn someone around” in under three hours of coaching time, or simply to turn up feeling confident I can make a difference leading to sustainable change.

 

In this workshop I will explore patterns of type and how they can inform our approach. It will be a chance to see how type shows up at work and what can be done about this. Also, to hear about the ‘Enneagram Profile’, our online questionnaire. The first such resource written by business consultants for business professionals and individuals seeking credible, high quality results. Unlike the majority of Enneagram online tools it uses balanced and value neutral questions in line with best practice in psychometric testing. Ideally, as with other such resources, used in combination with personalised verbal feedback.  Hear more about different ways in which the Profile is being used to good effect by a growing number of organisations and individuals.

 

Martin Salzwedel

About Martin:

 

Martin works with international leaders on executive and organisational development across the globe. He founded a consulting firm in 1995 and collaborates with renowned International Business Schools.

 

He uses his expertise as a concert-level cellist, composer and author of several Enneagram books to unearth the full potential of his clients.

 

As a music producer and still active musician (cello and piano) he connects his management know-how with his passion for music and has developed the concept of LEADERSHIP BY MUSIC connecting the arts and business (particularly music and leadership).

Workshop 3: Enneagram, Leadership and Music

Martin Salzwedel (D)

Leaders need to develop an awareness of their body language and be as natural as possible. This can be done by learning to align their leadership role with their personal values.

 

LEADERSHIP BY MUSIC demonstrates how leaders can practice and achieve natural, authentic behaviour – an essential element of leadership since body language is always honest and can’t be faked. This workshop focuses on using non-verbal communication to recognise Enneagram styles and their different strategies in specific leadership tasks. A mix of video and music examples of leadership exercises with the orchestra will be used to demonstrate possibilities of how music can be an integral part of leadership development and coaching.

 

Participants can experiment with some of conducting exercises with Martin playing the cello, giving them the opportunity to connect with their own body language and personality with immediate feedback in sound – not words!

 

Rosemary Cowan

About Rosemary: 

With a background in the health sector and in advertising, Rosemary Cowan worked as a qualitative research specialist before switching focus in 2010 to her Psychotherapy work and Enneagram Trainings.

 

She has a BA Hons in English and Philosophy; an MA in Integrative Humanistic Psychotherapy,  a Diploma in Couples' Counselling and is qualified to Supervise other therapists; she qualified as an Enneagram professional in the Narrative Tradition in 2003 and uses the Enneagram to guide individuals, couples, groups and teams to develop their fullest potential in both their personal and professional lives.

Workshop 2: Relationship as a Spiritual Journey

Rosemary Cowan (UK)

At the beginning of a relationship, when we fall in love, we are in the Garden of Eden: it’s so wonderful, everything looks different – colours are brighter and the whole world seems to be smiling.

 

Around eighteen months to three years later, we find ourselves looking at our partner and wondering who on earth they really are and how come we are with them?  This workshop will explore the very good reasons why we chose that person and how they (and our reactions to them) show us the path to spiritual growth.

 

Falling in love is universal - as is falling out of love. This workshop will provide insight into what is going on at an unconscious level and investigate the common belief that ‘there’s a perfect person out there who’s meant for me’, plus the extent to which this is true, but maybe not in the way you think. This insight re-frames intimate relationships giving a greater understanding of what it really means to fall in love.

 

Liz West

About Liz:

Liz West works as an Enneagram trainer, qualifying with Enneagram Worldwide in 2015.

 

Having been personally impacted by the Enneagram, Liz now uses her knowledge to lead workshops, groups and leadership teams, as well as one to one coaching with those who are using the Enneagram in their work and personal lives.

 

Having started her work life as a social worker, Liz has since been involved in leadership development in different forms, originally developing peer leadership amongst young people where her book ‘The D Factor’ was published in 2002.

 

She has helped to establish four different charities in the process of her career with adult leadership development, working with innovative models of church and also people at key moments of change in their lives.

Workshop 4: Teaching the Enneagram - tradition, technology and building the UK community.

Liz West (UK) and Teresa Daniels (UK)

In this workshop, Liz will be discussing her specific approach to teaching the Enneagram which has resulted in her creating two amazing Enneagram Communities in Oxford and Sheffield. Focusing on what has been learnt through experience about how to teach and guide others from introduction through awareness to living from essence, Liz will be sharing effective methods for successful teaching.

Teresa will be reporting on how teachers can effectively blend traditional methods with online learning. She has conducted research within the Enneagram Community and will present the data collected from teachers and learners, to evaluate and compare what has and hasn’t worked. She will conclude on what needs to be taken into consideration when teaching and learning online.

With developing the UK Enneagram network in mind, Teresa will also highlight how the new Enneagram Alive website will provide opportunities for teachers, coaches and students to network and become involved in maintaining the high-quality and ethical transmission of the Enneagram

 

Teresa Daniels

About Teresa:

Teresa Daniels (B.Sc. PGCE) is a qualified teacher in post-16 education and has lectured on psychology and health, as well as being a trained counsellor and mBIT coach. She has been a student of the Enneagram for over 10 years, currently completing her certification in the Narrative school and is particularly interested in the transmission of the Enneagram in the 21st Century.

 

Over the past year she has been collecting data from teachers and students to evaluate the effectiveness of virtual learning to objectively establish both its effectiveness, and limitations, in meeting the needs of the students. Teresa is part of the Enneafest and the Enneagram Alive teams and runs the Facebook group Enneagram Events, where she collects and promotes high quality Enneagram teaching from around the world.

Workshop 4: Teaching the Enneagram - tradition, technology and building the UK community.

Liz West (UK) and Teresa Daniels (UK)

In this workshop, Liz will be discussing her specific approach to teaching the Enneagram which has resulted in her creating two amazing Enneagram Communities in Oxford and Sheffield. Focusing on what has been learnt through experience about how to teach and guide others from introduction through awareness to living from essence, Liz will be sharing effective methods for successful teaching.

Teresa will be reporting on how teachers can effectively blend traditional methods with online learning. She has conducted research within the Enneagram Community and will present the data collected from teachers and learners, to evaluate and compare what has and hasn’t worked. She will conclude on what needs to be taken into consideration when teaching and learning online.

With developing the UK Enneagram network in mind, Teresa will also highlight how the new Enneagram Alive website will provide opportunities for teachers, coaches and students to network and become involved in maintaining the high-quality and ethical transmission of the Enneagram

 

Zitta de Fries

About Zitta:

 

Zitta de Fries, a choreographer with 35 years of experience in theatre, television, and movies, works with the best actors, directors, and performers and she has been part of the creative force behind more than 100 musicals, shows and TV productions in Denmark, basing much of her work on the Enneagram principles of personality.

 

She is Founder of DREAMCatcher, Body Business and The Enneagram LIVE! She is a dancer, international speaker, performance coach and trainer. When choreographing and directing with the Enneagram in mind, Zitta helps artists relax into a state of higher consciousness and creative energy.

 

The nine Enneagram types each have a pathway to the creative essence – and a focus in daily life, that inspire us to look at our art from a new angle. The Enneagram LIVE! is frequently used by numerous national and international Enneagram educational institutes.

Workshop 5: Come ALIVE with the Enneagram!

Zitta de Fries (DK)

 

This lively, playful workshop that will help you experience and embody Enneagram energies like never before! Zitta will demonstrate how, using the Enneagram, professional actors and dancers have benefited from this work.

 

Using movement, dance and acting techniques, this workshop is designed to show you how you can experience the sensation of the nine types within your own body. As an eminent choreographer and theatre director, Zitta helps actors to build their body language by getting to the heart of what makes a character tick.  It helps actors adopt their character’s feelings and thoughts, whilst ensuring their own feelings and thoughts don’t get in the way! Here, the Enneagram is wonderful in helping dissociate the actor from the role.

By giving you the opportunity to work with the nine types as an actor during this workshop, you come away with a clearer understanding and stronger embodied knowing of them all. It’s a unique experience.

 

Christine Adames

About Christine:

The Enneagram Prison Project (EPP) is delivered in the UK through a newly formed charity called The Enneagram Inside led by Christine Adames. During the past 40 years Christine has co-founded four charities all focussed on working with individuals on the margins of society. She is an Accredited Enneagram Practitioner and Grief Recovery Specialist, mbit Master coach and trainer.


She has been an independent change enabler for 20 years working with individuals, teams and organisations providing coaching and change management services, with a focus on owner/directors of SMEs as well as the charity/voluntary sector.

Her business-based programmes focus on leadership coaching, implementing change and team building as well as working as a consultant to facilitate strategic planning and implementation. 

Her private practice as a coach and therapist has a focus on personal growth work and grief recovery. Her personal development programmes focus on career and mid-life transition and addressing the physical and emotional challenges that prevent growth. She is also an Accredited Journey Practitioner and NLP Master Practitioner.

Workshop 6:  Enneagram Prison Project (EPP) in the UK

Christine Adames (UK), EPP UK Team Members and Other Contributors

We know that working with the Enneagram can foster self-awareness, insight and growth.  EPP shows that the Enneagram has something that people in prisons are ready for and value.

The EPP UK team will talk about how it has developed in the UK and the impact it is having behind bars. How can we find out whether other “hard to reach” groups in society would find the Enneagram helpful too – and if they’re interested, get it out to a wider audience, in language that they can relate to? 

We hope to have contributions from people in the UK who are using the Enneagram with other marginalised groups.  But the most important part of this workshop will be our discussions about practical action to take the Enneagram out into a wider world, not in a spirit of proselytising “have we got the model for you!” but in the humility of offering a tool of compassion that can help people rediscover their own innate intelligence and wisdom, to re-member their best selves.

This workshop will bring together those who are already working to include more people, to make the Enneagram more accessible, with those who want to do so. It will help create a network for sharing what works and encouraging action.

 

Therese Ryan

About Therese: 

Therese Ryan is a coach, teacher and facilitator living in Sligo in the north west of Ireland. An Iyengar yoga teacher she has been practising yoga for twenty years and teaches classes to adults.

 

She attended her first Enneagram workshop in 2001 and is in the final stages of training as an Enneagram trainer. Therese is also a Certified Focusing Professional and uses focusing to teach people to connect to their body wisdom.

 

Much of her work centres around helping people develop practices which help them become acquainted with and release limiting patterns, and bring them in touch with their potential for growth.

Workshop 9: Sitting in the Gap - Transformational Journeying with the Enneagram

Terese Ryan (EIRE)

The Enneagram can be used in many ways as a map for our development journey. In this workshop we will talk about some typical stages of Enneagram development journeys. We will then experience a key somatic practice (Focusing), which enables you to listen to your body in a gentle, accepting way and hear the messages that your inner self is sending you. Honouring the wisdom you have inside you results in physical release, insight and positive life change.

Using Focusing, you understand yourself better, feel better and free yourself up to move forward on your development journey. In the 1960s and early 1970s, Eugene Gendlin developed this practice, based on his discovery that clients in psychotherapy had better outcomes when they took time and space to reflect on and Focus with their own inner sense of an issue. The Focusing Process is an empathic and compassionate way of being with oneself, one’s feelings and needs. When we Focus, we listen to something inside of us that wants to communicate with us. Tapping into this body knowing allows us to be open to the depth and richness of our whole self.

In this workshop you will learn about and discuss some key stages in Enneagram journeys, and identify which stage resonates most for you at this time and to use  guided Focusing exercises to tune in to the “felt sense” of what’s going on for you right now.

Sue Braithwaite

 

About Sue:

Sue is a seasoned coach, supervisor and group facilitator who has worked with leaders in the commercial and third sectors for over twenty years, supporting them through transformative personal, team and corporate change. 

Beginning her career in the pharmaceutical outsourcing sector, Sue held international management roles based in Europe and the US and was variously responsible for strategy development, business planning, internal and external communications, and process design. 

Her subsequent years of consulting have brought cross-sector experience with clients ranging from entrepreneurial start-ups to blue chips in financial services, pharma, higher education, legal and professional services.  She has also worked with UK and international charities and not-for-profit organisations. 

 

Her work now combines leadership coaching for individuals and groups, the design and delivery of developmental workshops for multi-functional, multi-cultural teams, and teaching coaching.

Sue has a degree in Theology from St Hugh’s College, Oxford and is a certified Integral Development Coach with New Ventures West.  She is a member of the teaching faculty at Thirdspace and New Ventures West.  Sue is also trained in Coaching Circles through Impact Coaching, is on the teacher training track with The Narrative Enneagram and is a PCC credentialed member of the International Coach Federation.  In a voluntary capacity, Sue serves as Chair of Trustees for Myriad, a charity which supports people with severe physical and learning disabilities.  Not separate from all of the above are Sue’s keen interests in environmental politics, contemplative spirituality and environmentally conscious building and living.

Workshop 8:  Integral Coaching-Essential Positive Qualities of Being

Sue Braithwaite (UK)

This workshop will explore how Enneagram-inspired Integral Coaching works with essential qualities as the ‘red thread’ at the heart of the coaching relationship and coaching programme design. How can we support clients to re-encounter and cultivate their already-present essential qualities?

 

How do we use the energy of change inherent in the Enneagram, the wings and arrow points, in a developmental coaching model founded on human goodness.

Colette Luscomb

About Colette: 

Colette Luscomb, M.Ed, LMHC is currently the Chief of the Employee Assistance Service at RAF Menwith Hill near Harrogate, UK.

 

She has been a counsellor for 25 years, and provides counselling services to employees and family members affiliated with the base, in addition to facilitating psychoeducational workshops.

 

First introduced to the Enneagram in 2005, she completed the Enneagram Professional Training program in 2009.  Since then, she has also attended trainings with Richard Rohr, Beatrice Chestnut, and Ginger Lapid-Bogda among others.

 

Since 2009, she has been using the Enneagram in counselling to enable personal and spiritual development, and running Enneagram training workshops for individuals and teams several times a year; more than 1000 individuals have attended these Enneagram workshops to date.   Colette believes firmly that the Enneagram is one of the most powerful tools for personal transformation available, and is loves teaching it because it is fun, and enlightening immediately, while providing an endless source for growth and personal development as individuals continue studying and observing.

Workshop 7: The Enneagram in Organisational and Team Development

Colette Luscomb (USA) and Angela Scott (UK)

While the Enneagram has primarily been used for personal and spiritual development, its benefits to organisations have become increasingly clear.

 

In this workshop we will discuss the fundamental ways that the Enneagram can be applied in a work environment and hear from individuals who use it to enhance work relationships, as a way of leveraging diversity to ensure people are working at tasks where they can be most effective, and to understand dynamics within teams are essential to developing a competitive edge.

 

Participants and clients on interview panels will demonstrate this truth by sharing their own experience with us.

Angela Scott

About Angela:

Angela has worked in senior capacities at some of Europe’s leading diagnostics companies.

 

She now applies her experience of working in complex technology fields, in small and large companies and in government bodies to leadership coaching, team development and communications strategy.

 

She holds a degree in Biochemistry from Southampton University and trained at London Business School in business management.

Angela first encountered the Enneagram in 1991 and has been led by its principles ever since. In becoming a coach, she embarked on the EPTP training pathway with Enneagram Training UK in 2015 and has attended courses with Helen Palmer, with EIBN and Ginger Lapid-Bogda (Train the Trainer, Coaching with the Enneagram).

As a leadership and business coach, Angela is a firm believer that leadership is not only having a brilliant business head. One of the biggest challenges facing leaders/managers is the increasing need to have an exceptional all-round business skill set coupled with a highly developed level of emotional intelligence (EQ) to manage people effectively and sensitively through the humdrum of everyday business but also through diversity and change. Her programmes teach leaders to identify their own strengths and motivators and to use this knowledge to hone their skills to achieve maximum success with their teams.

 

Workshop 7: The Enneagram in Organisational and Team Development

Colette Luscomb (USA) and Angela Scott (UK)

While the Enneagram has primarily been used for personal and spiritual development, its benefits to organisations have become increasingly clear.

 

In this workshop we will discuss the fundamental ways that the Enneagram can be applied in a work environment and hear from individuals who use it to enhance work relationships, as a way of leveraging diversity to ensure people are working at tasks where they can be most effective, and to understand dynamics within teams are essential to developing a competitive edge.

 

Participants and clients on interview panels will demonstrate this truth by sharing their own experience with us.

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