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The Enneagram

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Date: Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th November 2018

Time: 10.00am–4.00pm sharp (Registration from 9.30am-10.00am)

Cost: Your place is secured by payment of £10 Registration Fee. £90 – (which includes your Registration Fee) and payment by instalments is available, if required. Please contact Reception for details.

Declan Coyle

The Enneagram (from the Greek words ennéa, meaning “nine” and grámma, meaning something “written” or “drawn”), is a powerful overview of nine distinct personality types, each with its own strengths, challenges, motivations and positive paths for growth.

Understanding not only what you and others do, but why you do it, greatly enhances your acceptance and appreciation of yourself and of others. It also provides direction for continued growth and development as well as how to get past ‘stuck’ places in your life.

An understanding of the Enneagram will enable you to:

  • know yourself as never before;
  • learn about others;
  • enhance your communications kills;
  • make better decisions;
  • resolve conflicts; – internal and external;
  • respond better to challenging situations;
  • improve your relationships.

The Enneagram is also useful as a guide to understanding how other people see the world differently. The Enneagram has become particularly popular within the self-help and personal growth movements, but other professions use it as well, including therapists, teachers, psychologists, managers, and business people.

Pre-course materials will be sent to you in advance of the 2-day workshop. These materials must be completed and brought with you to the Workshop.

Refreshments: Refreshments mid-morning / Lunch provided

The past is done with – all the mistakes, all the disappointments, let them go.
There is nothing you can change.
But nothing is ever wasted. All of it was learning.
Make good use of it.”
Charlotte Gray