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Enneagram Type Lexicon, 6-week Master Class


Enneagram Type Lexicon  6-week Master Class
Join Katherine as she teaches about the words and phrases the Types prefer to use and why.

Learn about the:
• Most common words and phrases of each of the 9 Types
• Common patterns of those that were initially mistyped
• Patterns of those that are outliers
• Words and themes that can explain differences among types.

Beginning October 15, 2019 to November 19, 2019
Fee:  $395 Early Bird Special until September 23rd, then $495 after September 23rd

Format:  Six online classes, 2.5 hours in length, meeting once a week on Tuesdays
Day:  Tuesdays
Time:  October 15, 2019, from 2-4:30 Pacific Time (2.5 hours)
Dates: October 15, 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19, 2019
How:  Zoom (free download, available here) - Make sure you have a camera on your computer!
Recorded: All teaching material is recorded unless otherwise specified. For privacy, all breakout groups are not recorded.  Recording available 1 week after the course, for a limited time.

Prerequisite:  *Required for certification with Katherine Chernick Fauvre but open to anyone

Lex•i•con: The vocabulary of a person, language or branch of knowledge.

Over the last 25 years, Katherine keeps refining the 12 key points she uses to most accurately determine Type.

One of the most powerful ways to recognize Enneagram Types, is in the vocabulary they use.

Long before she began her 22 Enneagram-related studies, she tracked and collected the words that job applicants used to describe themselves.

In the 1970s, she was in a position that required that she quickly and effectively hire the right person for the right job as quickly as possible.

It was a very costly and time consuming process to find, interview, hire, and train someone. Her hope was to make it easier to determine what qualities worked best for a particular job and how to recognize those that would be a good fit.

So, she began by tracking the word choices of those she interviewed to expedite the hiring process.
As with the Enneagram, she was intrigued by the similarities in the word clusters applicants used.
She initially found 8-12 personality clusters.

When she discovered the Enneagram, she ran an additional study and correlated her findings with what she had previously learned from those she had interviewed.

The focus of this course is:
• How to identify words and themes that can explain differences and similarities among types.
• Most common words and phrases of each of the 9 Enneagram Types
• Common patterns of those that were initially mistyped
• Patterns of those that are outliers

Click to register now and reserve your spot!