Paramount to a leader’s development process is an understanding that personal interactions are based on each individual’s view of the world. This paper examines the Enneagram, a psychology-based framework which facilitates a person’s understanding of their personal view of reality and the role it plays in their day-to-day interactions. The Enneagram and a newly developed Enneagram component, the Outer Ring, are explored here for their value toward developing self-awareness within emerging leader programs. Emerging leader programs are a significant strategy for addressing human capital challenges currently facing leaders and organizational development departments across the world. This paper suggests necessary program elements which incorporate the Enneagram and the Outer Ring in support of the development of self-awareness and personal growth within emerging leader programs.
University of Minnesota Final Project. Spring 2015. Degree: Master of Liberal Studies. Advisor: Stephen Daniel. 1 computer file (PDF)
Delvo, Mary Kay.
The Enneagram as a Facilitator of Self-Awareness in Emerging Leader Programs.
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