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Characterization and the Enneagram Presentation Transcript

  • 1. DON’T TELL YOUR NUMBER…
    • YET!
  • 2. Characterization and the Enneagram Alice Ann Fesmire, NBCT Lynn Younger, NBCT
  • 3. ENNEAGRAM
    • ≠ “ Pentagram”
    • 9 Personality Types
      • Numbers, not Words
      • Vice / Virtue
      • Motivation, not Behavior
    • 3 Centers
  • 4. Centers
  • 5. HEART
    • Feelings
    • Emotions
    • People
    • Relational
    • Kinesthetic
    • Others
    • Empathy
    • Appearances
  • 6. HEART
    • 2: focus outward to the feelings of others (empathy)
    • 3: avoid their own and others’ feelings so they can get the job done (pride)
    • 4: explore their own psyche, down and inward (sympathy)
  • 7. HEAD
    • Thinking
    • Mental
    • Ideas
    • Solutions
    • Everyone
    • Concepts
    • Information
    • Safety
    • Security Legitimate, trustworthy authority (inner)
    • Analytical
    • Understanding
  • 8. HEAD
    • 5: take their fear inward, and it petrifies them
    • 6: run from fear or compulsively confront it (fight or flight)
    • 7: bounce up and out from their fear instead of dealing with it, using it to catapult them into exciting new possibilities
  • 9. GUT
    • Sensing
    • Will
    • Power
    • Instinctive
    • Doing
    • Self
    • Don’t like to be pushed or controlled
    • Learn by doing (body-based learning)
  • 10. GUT
    • 8: explode anger out toward others – MY way!
    • 9: easygoing (at first) willful (later) – avoid expressing will
    • 1: turn anger in on themselves – impose “correct” way
  • 11. ONE
    • Principled
    • Purposeful
    • Self-controlled
    • Detail-oriented
    • Reformer, Inspector, Critic, Perfectionist
    • “I must be perfect.”
  • 12. TWO
    • Demonstrative
    • Generous
    • People-pleasing
    • Possessive
    • Helper, Giver, Caretaker,
    • “I must help others.”
  • 13. THREE
    • Adaptive
    • Successful
    • Driven
    • Image-conscious
    • Achiever, Performer, Motivator,
    • “I am what I do.”
  • 14. FOUR
    • Expressive
    • Dramatic
    • Self-absorbed
    • Temperamental
    • Individualist, Romantic, Artist,
    • “I am different from everyone.”
  • 15. FIVE
    • Perceptive
    • Innovative
    • Secretive
    • Isolated
    • Investigator, Thinker, Observer,
    • “I don’t know enough.”
  • 16. SIX
    • Engaging
    • Responsible
    • Anxious
    • Suspicious
    • Loyalist, Skeptic, Devil’s Advocate, Defender, Trooper
    • “I am always dutiful.”
  • 17. SEVEN
    • Spontaneous
    • Versatile
    • Distractible
    • Scattered
    • Enthusiast, Epicure, Adventurer, Materialist
    • “I am so happy.”
  • 18. EIGHT
    • Self-confident
    • Decisive
    • Willful
    • Confrontational
    • Challenger, Champion, Boss, Leader, Protector,
    • “My strength protects me.”
  • 19. NINE
    • Receptive
    • Reassuring
    • Agreeable
    • Complacent
    • Peacemaker, Mediator, Preservationist,
    • “I am agreeable.”