Enneagrams 101: Seeing Our Patterns to Free Ourselves
Thursday, May 23 | 9:30am - 11:30am AT
The Enneagram seems to be everywhere these days: on podcasts, social media, in books, and more. The Enneagram is a system of personality typing that describes patterns in how people interpret the world and interact with it. Its origins date back 2,500 years, with a growing body of evidence and research to support it. Each of the nine types has clear strengths and challenges, based on a core motivation, deepest fears, and resulting blind spots. These worldviews help each type succeed in the world but also limit our success in it.
Want to have some fun and learn more about yourself and others at the same time? This workshop is for you! Find out your Enneagram type using a test link below and bring your number result with you. This workshop will be a fascinating, engaging, real-time, rotating panel with a few audience volunteers of each type. Maureen will paint overviews and each panel will help us deepen our understanding through reflections and anecdotes. This fast-paced dynamic workshop will help you see your patterns, give you new ways to understand others, and offer you insights into how to get out of your own way. You will leave eager to know more!
Take the Enneagram Test
Truity. This test is free. Your type is the pie chart slice with the highest percentage.
Integrative Enneagram Solutions. This test is $80 with a more advanced report for $160.
Maureen is a coach, facilitator, speaker, and trainer with over 20 years of experience in Strategic Change. Maureen has helped create pivotal change in groups as large as 12,000 people and as small as two people. Her work has included major business transformations, organization-wide culture change, mergers, new organizational visions and directions as well as strengthening teams from the leadership level to the front line in industries ranging from nuclear physicists to health care to construction. Maureen also works with family businesses, family systems, and not-for-profit organizations.
Maureen earned her undergraduate degree in psychology at Queen’s University and her MBA at the University of Ottawa and L’École supérieure de commerce in Tours, France. Maureen is a Certified Organizational Relationship Systems Coach (CRR), a Certified Organizational Systems Facilitator (Hellinger Institute), a Certified Management Consultant, a Certified Professional Facilitator, and a Certified Change Management Practitioner. Maureen is also certified in numerous psychometric instruments and organizational change approaches that add to the richness of her work. Maureen is a regular contributor to Forbes Coaches’ Council Expert Panels. You can learn more about Maureen at www.upuntilnow.ca.
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
List the core motivation, strengths, and fears of each of the nine Enneagram types
Recognize Enneagram-type patterns in day-to-day situations
Apply increased awareness to offer you alternate perspectives on habitual responses