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Words matter

Words and  phrases I never use (or imply) when I teach the Enneagram When we explain the Enneagram to others, our choice of words or phrases can make a big difference so I am both selective and careful about the

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The Enneagram is about development, or is it?

From my first exposure to the Enneagram in the mid-1990s, I became stunned by the potential contribution it could make to raising human consciousness and relieving suffering, both the suffering we cause ourselves and the suffering we cause others, either

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What I’ve learned and re-learned from my recent clients

Over the last few weeks, I’ve had multiple opportunities to learn and relearn very important things from clients. This blog gives me the opportunity to describe and share these, in hopes that some of what you’ll read may be useful

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Enneagram and trauma: an interview with author Sharon Ball

Sharon Ball, a Senior Member of The Enneagram in Business Network, has written a beautiful, insightful, theory and practice-based new book on trauma and the Enneagram. So many people in the Enneagram community are talking about how the Enneagram can

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Stage of innovation: 2011 versus 2022

The Enneagram in Business Network conducted two different research projects on the Enneagram’s use in organizations, one in 2011 and the other in 2022. As a subtext or underlying theme to each research project, one not asked directly but inferred,

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Enneagram organizational applications: 2011 versus 2022

Are organizations across the globe using the Enneagram differently in 2022 versus how they used it in 2011? Two research projects conducted by the Enneagram in Business Network, one in 2011 and the other in 2022, have the answers to

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What qualities make an excellent leader 2022?

Do you know the answer to this question? Can the Enneagram support contemporary leadership excellence? First, here’s the latest thinking on leadership excellence from four well-respected sources. Vantage Leadership excellence is about self-development, flexibility, employee focus, plus… Being culture creators

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The Great Resignation, The Great Exodus, Quiet Quitting

These three 2021-2022 additions to our organizational vocabulary are here to stay. The Great Resignation refers to many people, especially younger employees, resigning from their jobs, often without having another job waiting. This has happened with 4.4 million people per

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