Are you passionate about personal and professional development?
Your own and in your coaching (or other ways of guidance) of others?
But…. do you sometimes find that:
- for some of your clients or team members you simply can’t seem to find the right button to press in order to get them moving?
- you have insufficient knowledge of psychology to be able to really understand why someone acts the way they do? And how you can best deal with this?
- again and again you come up against your own pitfalls and react in ways that you find unsatisfactory and which are ineffective?
Does the following ring true?
When you completed you training, your new-found knowledge provided you with the right instruments with which to start out in your profession. You now have several years’ experience and you notice that in practice – especially when working with people – your work can at times be unmanageable. In certain situations you become your own worst enemy – you know what your pitfalls are but you simply can’t seem to avoid falling into them. And in other situations you come across people with whom you just don’t seem to click. And again, despite the fact that you are aware of this and are determined to take these challenges on, things don’t always go as you would wish.
You’ve learnt from experience that you don’t always do what you intended to do. For example, a coaching trajectory went ok, yet still you ask yourself whether another coach may not have been able to do more for the client. You can’t help wondering whether you could have done things differently…
You could leave it at that, but:
- it doesn’t feel so nice not to be getting the most out of yourself, does it?
- feeling that you’re not good enough, doesn’t feel nice, does it? Nor does doubting yourself.
- wouldn’t you prefer to move on to the ‘next level’ in your professionalism and maturity?
- wouldn’t you prefer to be fully competent in working with people?
- isn’t it time to really get to know yourself and get as much out of yourself as you possibly can?
Then take the next step!
Find out about the enneagram; the clear, powerful and effective method for personal and professional growth.
The enneagram is known as an old model; this concerns not so much the psychological description of the nine personality structures, but rather the knowledge and wisdom about transformative processes. This is what makes the enneagram unique and offers the professional an ‘unfair advantage’.
As an introduction read my free ebook, ‘Dealing with your blind spots’.
In this book you can read all about the nine distinct enneagram coach types: about the qualities and blind spots of each of the coach types. But also nine tips on how to become the best coach you can possibly be.
Although I wrote this ebook with coaches in mind, it will also be of interest to (HR-)managers, supervisors and other professionals who want to get the best out of the people they work with.
Fill in your details over here and we’ll send you the book!
The enneagram offers you:
- an accurate, profound and clear description of the nine personality structures;
- a surprisingly accurate ‘user guide’ to yourself and to others;
- a fast-working, powerful and effective method for personal development; grow in leaps and bounds.
With the enneagram you will excel as a people-centred professional!
Let us teach you the ins and outs of how you can use the enneagram in your profession. Or train to be an Enneagram Coach & Counsellor or Enneagream TeamTrainer.
For information about:
- how to get started with the Enneagram, view Enneaquickstart
- professional training with the Enneagram, view Training
- our mission and training team, view Our approach and About us
Jeanette van Stijn
The Enneagram to me is much more than a model that describes nine personality structures. Besides self-insight it above all offers a powerful method for healing, selfactualisation and transformative work for selfrealisation. The Narrative Tradition works with compassion, invites and creates space. The enneagram builds bridges between people. That is my passion. Come and meet us and experience what this can offer you in your private and professional life.
—Jeanette van Stijn, director