How to Deepen Your Learning About the Enneagram and Neuroleadership

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If you are new to the Enneagram personality system…

You will likely be struck by how quick, practical, easy to use and remarkably accurate the Enneagram is as a guide to understanding ourselves. Understanding our personality type does not put us in a box, but instead helps us see the box from which we view the world, so that we can step outside of our limited perspective and constraints.By gaining a better sense of how we have unknowingly and automatically constrained ourselves, we can develop healthier relationships, lead more productive and fulfilling lives, and experience our true essence.

Additionally, if you are new to the field of neuroscience, you will likely be intrigued by how useful it is to know more about our brain and the role we can play in helping shape new neuropathways, changing outdated habits and patterns and operating more consciously. With insights from both the Enneagram and neuroscience you’ll tap into a blueprint of your unique operating system that will help you discover:

  • How to align with your true nature
  • Greater balance
  • The many inherent strengths of YOUR personality type
  • How to get yourself out of your own way
  • Enhanced relationships
  • Improved well-being
  • Increased self-acceptance
  • A more expansive worldview
  • Elevated creativity
  • A deeper understanding of others
  • Skills for resolving conflicts
  • Capacity to creatively navigate challenges

Learn about the Enneagram here!

So with all that goodness available to you, I invite you to keep exploring the links between The Enneagram, Neuroscience and leadership, as compliments.

Below are a few resources that I have found of immense value in my continuing study of both disciplines. This is not an exhaustive list. These are just some suggestions for getting started.

ENNEAGRAM WEB SITES

THERE IS AN APP!

For IPad or Smart Phone users: http://enneagramapp.com

TAKE NOTE:

There is not one author of the Enneagram, so different web sites, books, teachers can use various words to describe the Enneagram types. The general themes of each type, are however the same.

ENNEAGRAM BOOKS

NEUROSCIENCE

What resources do you suggest using? Tell us below!