Enneagram Personality Course
Level 1: two days Course
Level 2: three days Course
*eligible for SkillsFuture Credits and NTUC UTAP Grant
HE HAS YOUR EYES, BUT NOT YOUR PERSONALITY
Your teenage son is sullen and broody, and his sister is a firecracker with a terrible temper. Where did they get these traits from? And what is it about your own personality that could be rubbing them the wrong way?
Sometimes, we lack the self-awareness to be good parents and role models to our children. it is crucial that we first understand ourselves before we can begin the journey towards understanding them and building stronger, healthier family relationships.
9 communication styles for 9 personality types
Your Enneagram type reveals the distinct strategies you use when relating to yourself, others and the world around you. This means instead of just describing what your personality is like, it tells you why your personality causes you to think, feel and act the way that you do.
Each of the nine types has a unique style of interacting with other people. And we run into conflict with others as a result of clashing styles.
Self-awareness and mastery
Once you have insight into how your personality is different from your family members’, you will be able to gain a higher level of self-mastery.
By overcoming your limitations and leveraging on your strengths, you can change the way you manage issues within your family for the better.
Discover your own personality profile
Find out how to bring out the best in you
Explore the communication styles of the different personality types
Unpack the different motivations behind people’s behaviour
Identify the common pitfalls in relationship-building
Appreciate diversity in different personality types
Analyse the dynamics in key relationships in your life
Apply the necessary strategies in conflict management, negotiation skills and leadership
Introduction to the nine enneagram types
You’ll learn about:
Different levels of self-mastery
3 different intelligence centres (heart, head, body)
Energy orientation (withdrawn, assertive, compliant), wings and growth paths
You’ll learn about:
Worldview, thought patterns and emotional patterns of each type
Blind spots, defence mechanisms, and key strengths and weaknesses
Real life examples through open sharing & discussions
- Each participant sits with others of his or her own type
- They describe and answer questions about their preferences,
relationship styles and challenges, drawing from their own life
WSQ People Management with Enneagram
20 and 21 Jan (Wed & Thu): In-person
9 and 10 Feb (Tue & Wed): In-person
20 and 27 Feb (Sat): In-person
22 and 23 Feb (Mon & Tue): Online
9am - 6pm
Compulsory for one written and one oral assessment to receive WSQ certificate