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By Ginger Lapid-Bogda Ph.D.

“Clearly written, good prepared, and functional, we expect it will fast turn into the ‘standard’ Enneagram training publication for years to come.”
Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson, bestselling authors of Personality Types and The knowledge of the Enneagram

Create robust progress courses tailored for every employee!

Whether you’re a trainer, supervisor, or mentor, the Enneagram approach is a powerful instrument for growing self-aware staff which are effortless to manage.

Enneagram specialist Ginger Lapid-Bogda explains tips on how to use the system’s 9 quantity kinds to pinpoint every one person’s kind, faucet into his or her strengths, and layout custom-made progress courses for every one.

Cross-cultural and confirmed to be hugely exact, the Enneagram is the suitable instrument for growing staff that:

  • Communicate clearly
  • Work extra productively
  • Collaborate effectively
  • Make judgements with confidence
  • Take own responsibility
  • Become larger leaders

Lapid-Bogda unearths which particular training suggestions are the simplest in line with person type and offers a transparent strategy for the 3 different types of training: non permanent, concern, and long-term.

Enneagram improvement time is shorter than in different courses, and effects are clearer and longer-lasting. With Bringing Out the simplest in each person You Coach, you might have every little thing you wish make sure that each worker exceeds his or her pursuits usually and contributes beneficial expertise to the full company organization.

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