Working With Emotional Health And The Enneagram
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Monterey Press
Hardie, Gayle
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386 g
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4326:Standard Color 5.5 x 8.25 in or 210 x 140 mm Perfect Bound on Standard 70 White w/Gloss Lam

Working With Emotional Health And The Enneagram

Paperback / Softback,  Engelska, 2019-05-20
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Building emotional health levels has always been at the heart of our work together. It was our intent for the Global Leadership Foundation when we established it in 2003: ‘raising emotional health levels across the globe’.

We have been working with emotional health levels in business environments for nearly twenty years – across the private, public, not-for-profit and community sectors. Throughout, our main focus has been the development of leaders alongside transformational change in organisations. The application of emotional health to leadership was the topic of our first book, The Emotionally Healthy Leader, published in 2013.

Both of us also have long experience with the Enneagram as a model that can help individuals to understand their psychological patterns, including the triggers they react to and the underlying drivers of their actions.

Our motivation for writing this book is three-fold.

First, we wanted to introduce the Enneagram and the role it can play in the context of moving the emotional health levels. While there are have been many books about the Enneagram published globally, we wanted to share what we have learnt about the application of the Enneagram in moving up the emotional health levels. In sharing what we have learnt we combine an understanding of various Enneagram elements through the lens of emotional health levels and thus bring some clarity to areas of practice of the Enneagram not previously published.

Second – and in response to the urging of many of our peers of the years – we wanted to share this knowledge with a broader audience. While most of our work has been with leaders, we are often asked to share our knowledge and practical experience of how to move up the emotional health levels with a broader audience.

Finally, we wanted to provide a practical set of self-development tools to our audience. Our hope is that any reader of this book, regardless of their prior exposure to this material, will be able to take the information, and in particular the development guides in Part 3, and start down the path of self-improvement.

Part 1 of the book introduces the key concepts we use in our work, including our model of the emotional health levels. This provides a platform for what follows. Part 2 is focused on the Enneagram and its relationship to our emotional health levels model, helping you to gain some insight into your primary Enneagram type and your current emotional health level. And Part 3 provides a substantial development guide, in which you can take what you’ve learnt about yourself from the first two parts and commence your journey towards moving up the emotional health levels.
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introduction 1

part 1: understanding emotional health 5

vertical and horizontal development 9

vertical development 10

above and below the line 13

the inner observer 17

self-centredness 20

behavioural freedom 22

the centres of intelligence 23

three centres 24

whole body thinking and ‘presence’ 28

emotional health 31

what increasing emotional health looks like 32

emotional health levels 35

the scale of emotional health levels 35

the levels in practice 38

summary of the nine levels of emotional health 40

leadership and emotional health 45

part 2: the enneagram and emotional health 47

introduction to the enneagram 53

the enneagram and the centres of intelligence 53

emotional health continuums 54

gifts, fears and coping strategies 54

assessing your enneagram type 57

the enneagram types and their centres 55

the ‘body’ centre: types 8, 9 and 1 56

type 8: empowering to controlling 58

type 9: inclusive to avoiding 63

type 1: idealistic to perfectionist 67

the ‘heart’ centre: types 2, 3 and 4 71

type 2: deeply caring to smothering 73

type 3: achieving to opportunistic 77

type 4: creative to self-inhibiting 82

the ‘head’ centre: types 5, 6 and 7 86

type 5: wise to isolated 87

type 6: considered to self-defeating 92

type 7: visionary to scattered 97

additional perspectives on enneagram types 103

the hornevian groups 103

the harmonic groups 107

shifting types: the effects of stress and security 111

the ‘stress point’ 112

the ‘security point’ 113

stress points and understanding your type 115

the instinctual variants 117

the instinctual variants and emotional health 119

responses to change 121

part 3: development paths to building

emotional health 135

psychological development 141

type 8 psychological development guide 143

type 9 psychological development guide 147

type 1 psychological development guide 151

type 2 psychological development guide 155

type 3 psychological development guide 159

type 4 psychological development guide 163

type 5 psychological development guide 167

type 6 psychological development guide 171

type 7 psychological development guide 175

the imbalance of the centres 179

the ‘assertive’ types: types 8, 7 and 3 182

the ‘withdrawing’ types: types 4, 5 and 9 189

the ‘earning’ types: types 1, 2 and 6 196

somatic development 203

thinking with your ‘whole body’ 205

having a clear intent 209

specific somatic practices for enneagram types 212

type 8 somatic development guide 213

type 9 somatic development guide 215

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