The enneagram can give us compassionate insight into our motives, patterns, and gifts as well as those of others. This course is for clergy as well as church leaders – both formal and informal – who are interested in helping their churches find healthier ways to deal with conflict, navigate change, and address recurring interpersonal issues with grace and compassion.
The course will include a brief introduction to the enneagram and the nine types. It will explore what stresses each type and what makes the different types feel valued and loved. Learners will have a chance to create an action plan for a specific situation they would like to resolve. Participants do not need to know their enneagram types before the course begins.
In addition to Blackboard interactions, 1 optional Zoom meeting will be held on Friday, November 10 at a time to be determined with participant input. The meeting will be recorded.
This course is eligible for 1.0 CEU.
Number of weeks: 2
Required books: No
Zoom: Yes, optional
Certification or Series: No
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About the Instructor
Beth Beaty is a certified enneagram teacher. For over a decade she has helped individuals and church leadership teams use the enneagram as a powerful tool for personal, relational, and spiritual development. Beth’s approach to the enneagram is practical, aimed at giving church leadership and staff the insight and tools to develop healthier communication, break unhealthy patterns and ease their congregations through change. Beth is a Certified Lay Minister in the Minnesota/Dakotas Conference of the United Methodist Church.