Baltimore Mediation: 8-Hour Enneagram as a Catalyst Workshop
After Baltimore Mediation had a huge success over the year with their Enneagram workshops, more and more people have expressed interest in attending one, so they have decided it’s about time we put together another one.
This time, the 8-hour workshop will focus on the implications self-awareness and knowing your personality type, on your conflict style.
Have you ever stopped to wonder that the way you respond in crisis situations might be related to deep issues rooted in your childhood and your subconscious? Have you ever wondered why others tend to take it so harsh while others don’t even pay attention to it?
What is the cause of a tantrum? How can you control your feelings and enable a more flowing conversation? How do you move past your first impulses?
This workshop will try to explain all that, based on the 9 personality types that the Enneagram identifies as being distinct but also interconnected.
Based on an ancient Greek philosophy, the Enneagram was specifically developed in the 19th century as a tool for diagnostic used in psychiatry. In the early 1990s, Dr. David Daniels and Helen Palmer of Stanford University published extensive research based on its concepts and created the first School of Enneagram Studies, of which Louise Phipps Senft is a member.
The program will focus on:
- The Enneagram of Personality
- Self-Awareness Inventory and Development
- Communication Skills and Transformation “How-To’s”
- Understanding Reactions to Conflict in order to Better Manage and Understand Automatic Responses
- Hands-On Conflict Intervention Skills Necessary to Mediate Conflict and Communicate Effectively
- Understand the Nature of Conflict and What You Can Do to Transform Difficult Situation
- Develop an Approach to Enhance Your Effectiveness as a Mediator and as a Communicaton
- Individual Feedback from Trainers and Coaches Addressing Participants’ Specific Strengths and Areas for Continued Development
A certificate will be provided at the end of training.
By utilizing the skills of a professional mediator, you will be prepared to face naturally occurring conflicts, no matter how large or small, with more confidence and understanding. Understanding yourself and your family is the key to transforming conflicts into opportunities. All of our trainings offer hands-on experience with conflict transformation in non-scripted role-play examples. Join us to learn about the Enneagram of Personality, Conflict Transformation Skills, and yourself!
When: Thursday, January 26, 2012 9 am-5 pm
Where: 303 International Circle, Suite T125, Hunt Valley, MD 21030
For more information and to register, call 443-524-0833 or email.