The Enneagram in Love & Work: Understanding Your Intimate & Business Relationships

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HarperSanFrancisco, 1995 - Enneagram - 417 pages
The Enneagram is a centuries-old psychological system with roots in sacred tradition. Its insight into human behavior has made it popular enough to appear in settings as diverse as personal ads and courses at the Stanford School of Business. Helen Palmer's acclaimed Enneagram work melds this ancient system of identifying personality types with empirical research and the insights of modern psychology to create a practical and powerful method of understanding ourselves and others. The Enneagram in Love and Work introduces the nine personality types - Perfectionist, Giver, Performer, Romantic, Observer, Trooper, Epicure, Boss, and Mediator - illuminates each type's strengths, weaknesses, and potentials, and identifies telltale indicators for determining your own type and those of significant people in your life.

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Personality Typing
Synopsis of the Nine Types
The Passions and Dynamics of the Types

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