The Enneagram and Relationships in Focus Webinar Series

May 19, 2020 Transformational Coaching

The Enneagram and Relationships in Focus

Seeing through the eyes of another: How your Enneagram Type impacts your relationships.

Join Mary Anne Wampler, Theresa Gale, and representatives of each Enneagram Type as they explore the dynamic and fertile ground of the Enneagram and Relationships. 

Come prepared to be amazed as each Type unveils their personal truths about the key relationships in their lives, and how their understanding of the Enneagram has helped nurture deeper, more meaningful, and fulfilling connections. We’ll also explore how challenging relationships can lead to growth.

Mary Anne, a certified 25+ year Enneagram practitioner and magnificent interviewer, will artfully lead the interviews.

Theresa, a masterful meeting facilitator and 25+ year certified Enneagram teacher, will facilitate and engage participants in “real” world applications.

If you’ve ever wanted to deepen your personal relationships and the role they play in your life, this series is for you. Join us each Monday in June for this 5-week Panel Series focused on the Enneagram and Relationships.

Reserve your space today! Click here

“The Enneagram Virtual Panel Series that Transform puts on are solid experiential learning events. I find them to be informative, thought-provoking, and immediately applicable to my professional, personal, and family relationships.  The chemistry and connected feelings of community that Mary Anne and Theresa, along with participants, create is so much more than “virtual.” – Ben T.

JUNE 1 | Session 1: Type 1, The Perfectionist | Type 3, The Performer

Join in as we expertly interview one Type 1 representative and one Type 3 representative to discover how they experience, relate, engage, and respond to key relationships in their lives.

Perfectionists (1) have a drive to make the world a better place. However, a Type 1’s heightened need to do things “the right way” with “correctness” may oftentimes result in unspoken standards within their relationships.

Performers (3) embody a task-oriented mentality, looking to acquire love through their success and accomplishments. Although Type 3’s may offer support, enthusiasm, and confidence, their need for attaining goals can result in the neglect of both their feelings and relationships. 

**Sessions will include panel interviews, Q&A time with the panelists, interactions, and small group discussions.**

JUNE 8 | Session 2: Type 2, The Giver | Type 9, The Mediator

Join in as we expertly interview one Type 2 representative and one Type 9 representative to discover how they experience, relate, engage, and respond to key relationships in their lives.

Givers (2) place a large value and focus on relationships; tending to the nurturing quality and sensitivity of others’ feelings. Having little awareness of their own needs, however, Type 2’s may become overly helpful and end up feeling unappreciated, unfulfilled, and unconnected.

Mediators (9) are harmonizers; often seen as inclusive, amiable, easygoing, and comfortable. With a desire to deflect attention from themselves and blend in, Type 9’s may experience an unhealthy avoidance of conflict within relationships, and a tendency to procrastinate and be indecisive. 

**Sessions will include panel interviews, Q&A time with the panelists, interactions, and small group discussions.**

JUNE 15 | Session 3: Types 4, The Romantic and Type 5, The Observer

Join in as we expertly interview one Type 4 representative and one Type 5 representative to discover how they experience, relate, engage, and respond to key relationships in their lives.

Romantics (4) hold a deep passion for the authenticity of feelings within relationships. Consequently, Type 4’s can succumb to over-idealization and a feeling of something “missing”; creating a push-pull within them when what is absent or longed for seems better than what is present and fulfilling.

Observers (5) have a need for personal privacy and often bond through shared intellectual interests. A Type 5’s desire to protect their emotional energy may cause them to retract, disconnect, and overprotect their time and energy.

**Sessions will include panel interviews, Q&A time with the panelists, interactions, and small group discussions.**

JUNE 22 | Session 4: Types 6, The Loyalist and Type 7, The Epicure

Join in as we expertly interview one Type 6 representative and one Type 7 representative to discover how they experience, relate, engage, and respond to key relationships in their lives.

Loyalists (6) are intuitive, inquisitive, and trustworthy. However, their belief that the world can be a hazardous, unpredictable place often causes them to project negatives and fall into a “worst-case-scenario” mindset. In relationships, a Type 6 may become doubtful of themselves and others.

Epicures (7) are adventurous, fast-paced, and free-spirited. Their desire to remain upbeat and take on life’s many possibilities may consequently cause Type 7’s to avoid or rationalize away difficulties, lack commitment, and appear self-indulged.  

**Sessions will include panel interviews, Q&A time with the panelists, interactions, and small group discussions.**

JUNE 29 | Session 5: Type 8, The Protector and Open Invitation for Reflection and Q&A. Plus a special interview with Mary Anne and Theresa

Join in as we expertly interview one Type 8 representative to discover how they experience, relate, engage, and respond to key relationships in their lives.

Protectors (8) embody an “all-or-nothing” method of expression; believing they must maintain control in a tough world. Within relationships, a Type 8’s zestful and direct persona may inadvertently be perceived as intimidating, confrontational, and controlling.

**Sessions will include panel interviews, Q&A time with the panelists, interactions, and small group discussions.**