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Principles of the enneagram

Author: Karen Webb
Publisher: London ; Philadelphia : Singing Dragon, 2013.
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Explains how the enneagram model works, the characteristics of the nine personality types, how to recognize personality types in others, and how to apply the model to personal growth.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karen Webb
ISBN: 9781848191235 1848191235
OCLC Number: 800035542
Notes: "Revised Edition"--Pref.
Description: 207 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Contents: How the enneagram works --
Type one: the perfectionist --
Type two: the giver --
Type three: the performer --
Type four: the romantic --
Type five: the observer --
Type six: the questioner --
Type seven: the optimist --
Type eight: the protector --
Type nine: the mediator --
Seeing below the surface: types which look alike --
Communication tips: using the enneagram to create understanding --
Conclusion: what do I do next?
Responsibility: Karen A. Webb ; foreword by Helen Palmer.

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An introduction to the Enneagram that covers all the key information on this curiously accurate system of knowledge about human personality. From its historical roots to how to use it in everyday  Read more...

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