“Ground Control to Major Tom”
May 20, 2022 Enneagram, Personal Development
Anybody need a little grounding? It’s always good to revisit the grounding when you’re feeling anxious, stressed, overwhelmed, or needing to get focused to start your day. This week’s Tip is a grounding practice Mary Anne and Theresa recorded and is designed to give you an “in-the-moment” technique to ...
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25 Years of the Enneagram in Business
April 12, 2022 Enneagram
Discovering the nine Enneagram Types helps to reveal your individual strengths and barriers to success, as well as the different ways people tend to interpret situations, events, encounters, and experiences. For the past 25 years, Transform has utilized the Enneagram to catalyze personal and professional success for our clients. ...
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Accelerate Your Success with the Right Coaching Relationship
April 5, 2022 Enneagram, Leadership Development
Coaching business leaders isn’t always a straight and narrow journey. We know that a successful coaching relationship is defined by the tangible results or changes that have occurred. It is important to set specific outcomes for working together at the start of the relationship, yet we also know that, ...
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Nine Obstacles
March 1, 2022 Enneagram
Our Enneagram Type has patterned obstacles that are great teachers in our lives. Have you ever noticed any of these obstacles getting in your way? Seeking perfection and avoiding making mistakes. Asking for help and avoiding being seen as needy. Defining success through the eyes of others, not your ...
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Learning to be Comfortably Uncomfortable
February 22, 2022 Enneagram
During the month of February we have discussed a wide array of topics. We discussed enneagram in the workplace, needing help and learning how to receive it, and finding the value in longing. Join us in revisiting these tips and let us know what you want to learn more about in ...
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Three Lessons From an Enneagram 9 Going Through Difficult Times
February 8, 2022 Enneagram
January has passed, and in my spirit, I feel as if 2022 has already been a long year. On December 14th I sustained an injury to my left shin that left a baseball sized hematoma that is impinging on the two muscles that enable the ankle to move, leaving ...
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Ethics and the Enneagram
February 1, 2022 Enneagram
For over 25 years as we’ve brought the Enneagram into the workplace and world, we’ve remained committed to its ethical use. Here’s a valuable list of guidelines from The Narrative Enneagram*. Help others discover their type; don’t tell them what type they are. Avoid stereotyping. Each of us is ...
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It’s time to reflect…
December 28, 2021 Enneagram, Leadership Development, Personal Development
December is a month to reflect on the past year, and to think ahead to the new year. This month, we reviewed our top articles and celebrated the season. We can’t wait for what 2022 will bring! Year in Review (Part 1) During 2021, we have discussed a variety ...
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Enneagram Body Types: Time Management Tips So You Can Optimize Your Energy
November 9, 2021 Enneagram
  The Body Center Types (Types 8, 9, 1) are those who process information and interactions through their body and their gut instincts. When these types are actually in touch with their body—and their anger, they will know in each moment what they like and dislike, what energizes them, ...
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Enneagram Head Types: Time Management Tips So You Can Focus on What Really Matters
November 2, 2021 Enneagram
  The Enneagram Head Center Types (Types 5, 6, and 7) are thinking types who are forward-focused when it comes to their time. They need to have a sense of what could/could not be coming for a variety of reasons. They often discount how feelings and actual calendar constraints/requirements ...
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