Discover who you are
In this 80-minute-long webinar, I am going to help you gain deep insights into the patterns that drive who you are, and how to manage yourself more effectively to maximise your potential.
Ultimately, it’s all about living a happier life.
Could this be for you?
Enneagram work is for you if you are asking yourself any of the following questions:
- What is my potential and what is holding me back?
- Why do I seem to sabotage my own good intentions so often?
- How can I create the changes I dream of in myself and my life?
- How can I improve my relationships?
- How can I grow as a leader?
What will you learn?
In this webinar you will learn:
- how we create survival strategies in our childhood that still drive how we act, feel and think as adults
- how these survival strategies are expressed in the 9 Enneagram types
- how your Enneagram type comes with certain “superpowers, but also “traps” that you need to manage carefully
- how the Enneagram can help you improve your personal effectiveness, leadership skills and relationships
- how to use the insights from the Enneagram to design your very own growth path
What are the benefits?
- Make sense of your behaviours
- Improve your confidence
- Uncover self-limiting beliefs and blind spots
- Clear core emotional issues
- Increase your compassion for self and others
- Uncover pathways to personal growth
- Increase productivity and motivation
- Build leadership authenticity, potency and impact
- Create new strategies for different ways of being
- Increase your resilience towards stress
Do I need to take a test?
You can determine your dominant Enneagram type by using an online test. That’s not necessary for the introductory session. I did not include the test as part of the webinar to keep the cost down.
You will benefit from the webinar even if you don’t take the test, but I will tell you how to take it at the end of the event. I will also tell you how to take this work forward to help you create the life you desire.
Can’t wait to take the test? Find out more here.
Any questions? You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.