A great tool for personal development, leadership and team management:

Communication - personal growth - emotional intelligence - interpersonal relations
conflict management - team building - management

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The Enneagram is a model of nine types. It is a powerful guide on the journey towards self-development, relationship building, conflict resolution, and the improvement of team dynamics.

The Enneagram creates meta-awareness at an individual and team level and uncovers the focus and patterns of behaviour that subconsciously drive and motivate us to act in certain ways. It empowers the individual to take responsibility for his or her own behaviours and grow from a greater understanding of why they act and react in a certain way.

Working with the enneagram does not only fast track insight, growth, and integration for the individual client and the team, but also gives durability and magnitude to the development process over time .


All our coaching packages over six months include the Integrative Enneagram Report IEQ9, a powerful, practical and rich professional assessment.

If you want to receive a complete enneagram profile, I offer different packages:

Enneagram Individual Report

  • 20-page comprehensive report with your core type, subtype, motivation and more…
  • Core enneagram type
  • Enneagram subtype
  • Center of expression (thinking, feeling, action)
  • Self-awareness
  • Blind spot
  • Strain level, tension and release
  • Development exercise

Enneagram Leadership Report

  • 42-page comprehensive report with your core type, subtypes, motivation and lot more about how to unveil your best leadership skills
  • Core enneagram type
  • Enneagram subtype
  • Center of expression (thinking, feeling and action pattern)
  • Self-awareness
  • Blind spot, strain level, tension and release
  • Communication, decision making style, conflict and trigger
  • Full box of coaching tips to be more impactful and effective as a leader.

Enneagram Report (individual or leadership) and and one individual coaching session

  • Enneagram report and a debriefing session to get the most of a quick-impact view of how to apply what is in the report
  • Core enneagram type
  • Enneagram subtype
  • Center of expression (thinking, feeling, and action pattern)
  • Self-awareness
  • Blind spot, strain level, tension and release
  • Communication, decision making style, conflict and trigger
  • Tips for developing yourself
  • Individual session to raise your self- awareness and have a clear look of what can be done to reveal the best of yourself.

EnneagramTeam Report

  • Enneagram team report and personal training will help teams explore their strengths and implement action that supports high performance
  • Team-building awareness and learning
  • Build capacity for self- and other- awareness
  • Understanding team dynamics
  • Ongoing learning and growth; conflict triggers, communication..
  • Commitment to unlocking the potential of the team

Quick reference to all 9 Enneagram styles* :

Ones are about improvement and ‘right action’, ensuring things are done correctly. They are principled, with a clear sense of right and wrong and may seem idealistic, self- righteous or judgmental. They organize their world and value facts, precision and clarity, working hard to avoid mistakes. Their gift is in discernment, evaluation and knowing what is right.
Twos want to meet others’ needs in a helpful, supportive way. Warm, giving and people-oriented, they seek affirmation from their relationships and may be sensitive and angry if they feel unappreciated. They may over-involve themselves in others’ lives and risk being manipulative. Their development challenge is to give unconditionally and to nurture themselves as well as others.
Threes are “doers” and tend to be practical, task-oriented and project a polished persona or image. They are competitive and will make sacrifices to achieve their goals and appear successful. They risk becoming overstretched or workaholic and may resort to deception or expediency to win. At higher integration, they work towards self-acceptance and authentic influence, connecting heart and hands.
Fours search for meaning, depth and authenticity. They are emotionally sensitive and attuned to their environment, creative and expressive as individuals. They may seem emotionally moody, dramatic, focusing on what is lacking in their lives. As they integrate, Fours get in touch with their inner creative voice but are able to separate their identity and their emotions.
Fives are private individuals with an active mental life, observing and exploring how the world works. They struggle to share thoughts and feelings and may seem socially awkward or disinterested. At lower integration, Fives may be withdrawn, antagonistic and aggressively defend their isolation. At higher integration, they are intellectual pioneers, bringing their perceptive wisdom unselfconsciously.
Sixes easily tune into potential danger and risks, acting on a sense of anxiety, and think in sceptical ways. They value trust, responsibility and loyalty and need to feel they are safe and belong. At lower integration they may be paranoid, reactive and insecure as loyalty turns into dependency and over-sensitivity. At higher integration, self-reliant and grounded Sixes give confidence to those around them, resiliently coping with risk.
Sevens seek variety, stimulation and fun, tackling challenges with optimism and engaging with life in a future-orientated way. As team members they bring creativity, energy and optimism. They may seem distracted, hedonistic, insensitive or irresponsible to others. Sevens are often unhappy but deny this, escaping into hyperactivity and impulsive pleasure-seeking. At higher integration they are present, finding joy within.
Eights are forces of nature, with a strong presence and personality that values being in control. They are guarded but caring and protective of those around them. As they mask any vulnerability with a tough, no-nonsense exterior, they may seem intimidating and confrontational. At higher integration they combine their directness with compassion, collaborating with others while serving the greater good.
Nines are diplomatic and attuned to the ideas of others, often as facilitators or mediators in groups. They form the glue between people with their friendly, grounding and stable demeanour. They struggle to connect to their own point of view or say no, and often avoid all conflict. At high integration, they are independent and self- respecting, acting with self-awareness and autonomy.

* Based on « L’Integrative Enneagram Solution » Dirk Cloete