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The Enneagram in professional life, business and organisations

To value the differences and to communicate effectively

The Enneagram is nowadays the most powerful and practical intercultural system available for personal development and professional growth on any level and also the most precise and effective way to intervene in corporate and group dynamics.

In the freelance profession it is a support in the relationship with the customers, in the management of the resources and in the relationship between private life and professional life.
 
Used in any type of organization is useful in professional retraining, for organizational and business well-being, in conflict management, in supporting motivation, in generational transitions. It’s valuable mainly in the following areas:

  • communications
  • feedback
  • conflict management
  • team-building
  • motivation
  • leadership
  • decision-making
  • job and career orientation

 

In addition, the Enneagram is applicable to groups and systems.

Organisations develop patterns, automatic beliefs and common assumptions that create a climate and a shared vision. As well as people, organisations have strengths and areas for improvement.

What has value in an organisation/company/team? What are the real goals? What happens in the team when someone fails? Which is the favourite strategy in decision-making?

 

  • Type Two organisations are people oriented, and are attentive in satisfying the emotional needs of employees and customers.
  • Type Three organisations work in fast track through very effective marketing, sales and production based on image.
  • Type Four organisations offer original products and services that show elegance, good taste and panache.
  • Type Five organisations are attentive to the detailed management of information and ideas.
  • Type Six organisations focus on and dodge threats of competition through more information and employee loyalty.
  • Type Seven organisations generate many ingenious ideas through a multi-disciplinary network in order to survive in a continuously changing market.
  • Type Eight organisations prevail by exerting power and control, barging in and establishing criteria in a disorderly market.
  • Type Nine organisations manage the overlying amount of stimuli with patience and balance through routine, in predictable, orderly and reliable ways.