Deepening our understanding of the personalities behind the people we interact with, greatly impacts the collaborative divorce process and its outcome.
The Enneagram model is a typology that defines nine major personality types . By using the Enneagram, we will deepen our understanding about the different personality based worldviews, perspectives, features and behaviors, advantages and limitations that characterize the different personality patterns of each type.
In this interactive workshop, after defining our own Enneagram type, we will explore the influence of our type, our collaborative team members' types and our clients' types on the collaborative process. This promotes understanding, which helps build cooperation and trust.
We will receive insights on how to work with each type effectively and receive tools to enhance our understanding and ability to deal with differences that arise due to the variance of personality perspectives. This variance affects negotiation styles, decision making, comfort zones, team work and the entire process.
|Chicago Forum- Galit Sneh Lurie- Enneagram PFI.docx||12.42 KB|
|Chicago Forum- Galit Sneh Lurie- Enneagram PFI.pdf||461.54 KB|
|Galit Sneh Lurie- cv_1.pdf||310.14 KB|
|Lurie-The Enneagram Typology- timetable_1.pdf||398.68 KB|
|The Enneagram types dealing with Conflict- IACP.pdf||568.24 KB|
|The Enneagram Worksheet.pdf||254.57 KB|