THE CULTURALLY INTELLIGENT ENNEAGRAM

We bring Cultural Intelligence to your team through building emotional intelligence via the Enneagram personality inventory

The Enneagram

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ABOUT THE ENNEAGRAM

The Enneagram refers to the nine personality types, with each representing a worldview that reflects the way people feel, think, and act in relation to the themselves, others, and their environments. It offers insight into core personality traits, as it delves deeper into the core motivations, stress points, triggers, and security points, which often lie in the unconscious layers of our personality structure. Ultimately, by recognizing stress and engaging security, people can increase their EI. Thus, as they interact with people across cultures, they increase CI.

CREATE CULTURES OF BELONGING

By understanding how team members are uniquely motivated to learn, work, and engage, leaders can build atmospheres of trust, and thus a greater sense of belonging. 

 

In demonstrating CI, we can use the Enneagram to celebrate the multifaceted ways in which people lead. In the chart below, observe different leadership styles as influenced by type.

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THE CULTURALLY INTELLIGENT ENNEAGRAM WORKSHOP

Our 3-hour Culturally Intelligent Enneagram training guides participants in understanding their Enneagram type and learning to more responsively interact with their colleagues, whether during productive or challenging situations. Interactive, research-based activities provide participants with opportunities for critical reflection to become more empathetic and effective in their daily practices, recognizing that compassion drives action.

 

  • Two assessment options: simplified (Spectrum) and comprehensive (iEQ9)

  • Individual and team debriefs are available at an additional fee

  • Meet your Enneagram trainers, Renee and Shawn

CONTINUE TEAM BUILDING

After participating in the Culturally Intelligent Enneagram initial training, engage in ongoing team building exercises that strengthen workplace interactions. Trainers will use case studies drawn from real workplace scenarios to help colleagues understand themselves and each other better, so they can move forward with increased cultural responsiveness.