Date & Time: 
Saturday, May 15, 2010 - 9:24am
Event Description: 

What: How can the ancient insights offered by the Enneagram system deepen our leadership in today's rapid-response, critical-communication, diverse-approaches workplaces? Both practical and creative, the Enneagram is organized by nine styles (from the Greek, "ennea" means nine). Each style represents distinct habits of thinking, feeling and acting that directly connect to our personal paths of growth and development.

In this workshop, you will discover your style/number on the Enneagram and explore the gifts and life-leadership journey associated with it. By the end of the day, you can expect to emerge with an expanded understanding for why people communicate and behave in the ways they do – and with some profound insights into how you show up in leadership moments in your work with others.

Presenter: Elizabeth Seja Min works with leaders and teams engaged in building sustainable, participatory organizations for a strong social sector - where visionary thinking, mission-centered work, and the development of people generate some of the world's brightest hopes.

When: Saturday, May 15, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Where: Room 130, Filippi Academic Hall, Saint Mary's College of California Moraga, CA

Cost: $105.00 General Public; $85.00 SMC Community; (lunch included)

Registration: Register Now
or contact Louise Goeckel lag4@stmarys-ca.edu

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