Enneagram Framework: Part I

In part one of examining the Enneagram, we’ll take a look at the basic structure of the Enneagram diagram and the nine personality types it represents.

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Enneagram Framework: Part II

In part two of examining the Enneagram, we’ll take a look at wings and stress/growth points. These can help us more fully understand our unique personality profiles.

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Enneagram Types Under Stress

With April being Stress Awareness Month, we thought it’d be especially fitting to share ideas on managing stress amidst these unprecedented times. Take a look at these thoughts on common stressors and how to handle them based on your Enneagram type.

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Giving and Receiving Feedback by Enneagram Type

Feedback is an important part of the workplace, but not everyone gives or responds to feedback in the same way. Because our personality traits affect how we interact with others, they also impact how we handle constructive criticism with our team. Here's a look at how each Enneagram type approaches feedback.

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How Enneagram Ones and Fives Work Together

Enneagram Ones and Fives have many traits in common. They are analytical and use logical communication. Fives tend to focus solely on intellect, while Ones like to put their logic into action. They might run into conflict because they tend to be stubborn about their ideals and values.

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