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29
Jan 2021

Work Successfully with Different Enneagram Personalities

Course Information

Start Date29 Jan 2021, Friday
End Date29 Jan 2021, Friday
Time09:00 am to 05:00 pm
VenueConcorde Hotel OR Holiday Inn Orchard City Centre
Fee$600 (Excluding GST)
Contact6720 3333 (Ms Rina) training.aventis@gmail.com
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Course Schedule

29 Jan 2021 (Fri) NEW

07 Apr 2021 (Wed)

02 Jul 2021 (Fri)

8 Oct 2021 (Fri)

Introduction

“As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world as in being able to remake ourselves.” Mahatma Gandhi

Understanding personality styles with their differing points of view, values,  intuitive capacities, and problem-solving strengths can contribute to an organisation’s overall effectiveness.

The Enneagram model provides a system for leveraging this understanding to form lively teams, facilitate decision-making, develop collaborative working relationships and minimising conflict. It skilfully illustrates how the nine types perceive, process, and respond to relationships and work situations, whilst mapping different aspects of one’s personality that are likely to come forward under stressful and peak performance conditions.

In this workshop, you will learn to recognize the strengths and potential blind spots of each style to lessen conflicts and misunderstandings at work. The key takeaway is to appreciate that when all nine energies and perspectives are present, more options are generated, better problem-solving procedures are enacted, and more effective action can be taken.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the workshop you will be able to:

  • Examine your mental model, your motivations, and the way you perceive the world
  • Understand ways to work with your pattern of attention and reduce blind spots.
  • Recognize the profile of your interpersonal style and common issues in relationships
  • Devise approaches to strengthen your ability to work effectively with others.  
  • Comprehend insights into the concerns and issues of other personality types and how to bring forth their best contribution.
  • Interpret and draw on all three centres of intelligence – head, heart, and gut. 
  • Explore ways to access the quality known as “embodied presence” to reduce stress and reactivity and increase personal growth, authenticity, and effective action. 
Who Should Attend?

This workshop is specially customised for participants who are interested to learn about the Enneagram, find out how to discover their type and that of others, and learn practical methods for navigating through life and work based on their understanding of the different personality types

Methodology

Illustrations, mini lectures, videos, exercises, role-plays, and group dialogue.

Raving Testimonials

‘The most beneficial for me was learning ways to re-identify with who I am and to learn to be more objective in how I interpret things. Further, I can see another’s behaviours and actions more clearly. This enables me to really accept them for exactly who they are because I understand more fully how they operate’  Melissa Teo, MHA

“As Enneagram strives to pigeonhole behaviour, the course helped me to enhance my skills of bouncing ideas off others. Undoubtedly a very insightful course” Keith Leong, SGH

“The workshop taught me to express the nine different personality types well. I’m better able to understand my (and that of others at work) values and vulnerabilities, adaptive and maladaptive visions, and resourceful as well as non- resourceful states.” Nina Sim, KFC

“I’m able to appreciate my own assets and liabilities and become more adaptable in working with others.” Thomas Wong, Marina Bay Sands

Meet the Industry Expert: Ms Sandra Daniel

Sandra Daniel has a distinguished career as a Training Facilitator which spans over 2 decades. She specializes in communication strategies and emotional intelligence to drive behavioural change in organisations. She has coached and trained clients from diverse organisations and industries namely, government services, banking, manufacturing, education, insurance, hospitality, sales as well as manufacturing and insurance.

Sandra an ACTA Certified Trainer who holds a Master of Science in Training and Human Resource Management from University of Leicester. At a professional level, she is a Licensed NLP Coach and Master Practitioner (American Board of NLP), Certified Advanced Behavioural Analyst, DISC Accredited Administrator, Certified Enneagram Coach, Certified in ETaC and ESaC, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Certified Facilitator in Design Leadership and Design Thinking, a Certified SCRUM Master and LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Certified Facilitator

She regularly contributes articles on management, communication, and learning skills to Straits Times Recruit. To date, Sandra has authored and co-authored several books namely, How to Think Critically with Sun Tzu Art of War Stratagems, Impactful Academic Writing, Extremely Busy People’s Guide to Read Faster and Memorize Better and Think Clearer.

Workshop Outline: What Would be Covered in this Popular and Result Oriented Workshop

MODULE ONE: Knowing Me, Knowing You

  • General overview of The Nine Different Types
  • Enneagram Spectrum Profile
  • Resourceful and Unresourceful States
  • Motivations
  • Examples of Nine Different Leaders

 

MODULE TWO: Managing Conflict

  • How each style communicates best
  • Coping mechanisms when stressed during conflict
  • Understanding good and bad stress
  • Speaking styles and behaviors when pinched
  • Approaching the style appropriately to de-escalate conflict

 

MODULE THREE: Challengers of the Nine Personality Types in Teams

  • How teams move through stages: Forming, Storming, Norming and Performing
  • Dealing with dysfunctions from the Nine Enneagram Types
  • Absence of trust
  • Fear of conflict
  • Lack of commitment
  • Avoidance of accountability
  • Inattention to results

 

MODULE FOUR: Working Collaboratively in Teams with the Nine Personality Types

  • Leveraging on strengths and social roles of each type
  • Areas of difficulty and possible blind spots
  • Feedback: incorporating all nine points of view
  • How each type works under stress in teams
  • How each type work best in teams