- Category: Leadership -

Lead Yourself Well To Lead Others Better: The Enneagram

Three ways you can use the Enneagram to grow as a leader:

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I have always been interested in personality tests and have had pretty consistent results... I'm an ENFP (sometimes ENFJ) according to Meyers Briggs (take your own assessment on 16personalities.com). But lately I have been hearing SO much about the Enneagram numbers that I had to check it out for myself. (Alli Worthington's podcast was the catalyst to exploring this further, and I want to encourage you all to take a listen!) What is it exactly? According to The Enneagram Institute, the Enneagram helps us to see ourselves at a deeper, more objective level and can be of invaluable assistance on our path to self-knowledge. After taking a brief test, you are scored into one of nine categories, or "types." These types are organized by numbers and descriptions including: The Reformer The Helper The Achiever…

Go in the strength you have

Your weakness was part of God's plan all along.

"Faith, Leadership"
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“God is not interested in answering our questions about the past; He is focused on what is coming next. The very thing that we think disqualifies (or discourages) us from serving God in our role is exactly why He chooses us.” Graham Cook I could ask you if you’ve ever had a day where you stop and say to yourself, ‘I just can't do this anymore… I don’t have what it takes,’ but I already know the answer. Of course you have. We all have those thoughts that we aren’t qualified for (fill in the blank: being a mom, that new job you just got, that dream that you can’t let go of). But, that doesn’t matter. In fact, your weakness was part of God’s plan for you all along. God intends for this…