The Enneagram is a sophisticated psychological assessment tool and developmental framework.
We use it to map three centres of intelligence: mind, heart and gut, and tailor personal growth to align with your unique Enneagram profile.
The Enneagram brings to the surface sub-conscious motivations that drive our behaviour in specific, consistent ways. By making these motivations conscious, the Enneagram illuminates our blind spots, enabling us to respond better to life’s challenges.
Through this tool, we can transform unhelpful beliefs, thoughts, feelings and behaviour from the roots up.
Unlike most other assessments, the Enneagram is a complex, dynamic tool. It can be used in a simplistic ’what is your type?’ fashion, (which tends to over-simplify and can lead to stereotyping), but is most effective in its sophisticated application: as a map to enable personal or organisational development.
The structure of the Enneagram model consists of nine main types, 3 subtypes, 18 wings, and 3 triadic styles. This complex, yet easy-to-understand framework allows the Enneagram to be used across various contexts and multiple levels of maturity. It is differentiated from other psychometric assessments in the following key ways:
• As a developmental framework, the Enneagram does not merely take a snapshot of who you are, but also highlights your natural gifts – who you can be at your best.
• Rather than boxing people in, it illuminates new pathways for development.
• It doesn’t merely point out one’s external behaviour, preferences, strengths and styles. Instead, it acts like a personality X-Ray, exposing hidden patterns of belief, drives, fears and capacities.
• As a complex systems-based tool, the Enneagram can be applied on both an individual and organisational level.