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    Understanding The Enneagram Understanding The Enneagram Presentation Transcript

    • Understanding the Enneagram Political Management 200
    • Two: The Helper
      • Empathetic
      • Compassionate
      • Full of feelings for others
      • Concerned
      • Helpful
      • Generous
      • Possessive
      • Manipulative
    • Three: The Motivator
      • Self-assured
      • Ambitious
      • Adaptable
      • Energetic
      • Attractive
      • Charming
      • Popular
      • Narcissistic
    • Four: The Artist
      • Creative
      • Individualistic
      • In touch with feelings
      • Sensitive
      • Intuitive
      • Tactful
      • Introverted
      • Depressive
    • Five: The Thinker
      • Perceptive
      • Analytic
      • Observant
      • Mentally alert and curious
      • Able to concentrate
      • Love learning
      • Eccentric
      • Paranoid
    • Six: The Loyalist
      • Likable
      • Engaging
      • Appealing
      • Endearing
      • Lovable
      • Friendly
      • Playful
      • Dependent
    • Seven: The Generalist
      • Accomplished
      • Extroverted
      • Enthusiastic about experiences
      • Real world/sensations
      • Spontaneous
      • Vivacious
      • Excessive
      • Manic
    • Eight: The Leader
      • Self-assertive
      • Self-confident
      • Stand-up for themselves
      • Inner drive
      • Love a challenge
      • Self-starter
      • Dictatorial
      • Destructive
    • Nine: The Peacemaker
      • Receptive
      • Open
      • Accepting
      • Trusting
      • Easygoing
      • At-ease with life and self
      • Passive
      • Repressed
    • One: The Reformer
      • Conscientious
      • Deep sense of right and wrong
      • Desire to be impartial
      • Rational
      • Highly ethical
      • Extremely principled
      • Perfectionist
      • Intolerant
    • Enneagram Triads
    • Triad Structures
    • Integration & Disintegration
    • Wings
    • Contact Information
      • Kathleen Schafer
      • Leadership Connection
      • www.leadershipconnection.net