SOLD OUT: WLI Enneagram Session
An Enneagram can help us tremendously in understanding our relationships. It is a remarkable system of nine basic personality types that sheds light on the most important psychological dynamics in our personality, as well as on the deeper spiritual yearnings of our soul. Each type has its own set of strengths, vulnerabilities, and perceptions of the world. The Enneagram can help us to realize who we are and what our greatest potentials might be, as well as to make sense of the sometimes confusing behavior of others.
Participants will be guided to use the Enneagram as a profound and immensely practical way to understand their relationships with others, both intimate and professional. We will cover particular dynamics among the different types, effective methods for communicating with each type, and the ways in which the three Instinctual Variants (Subtypes) affect our main motivations in relationships.
Session Leaders: Max Mandelis and David Bokman
(note: these are not corporate psychologists or professional coaches)
Max Mandelis is a VP at Transwestern Commercial Services. Since 1997 she has been focused on sales and leasing in urban Atlanta, representing businesses seeking commercial space. Max has considerable experience with adaptive reuse projects and creative spaces for innovative ventures. She enjoys exploring the Enneagram as a method for understanding, compassion, engagement and presence.
David Bokman has worked as an attorney and currently is a senior executive in the wealth management industry but, in his spare time, is an avid student of philosophy, religion and psychology. In particular, he has found the Enneagram an extremely powerful tool for self-awareness and improved personal relationships and he enjoys introducing others to it in informal group sessions.
Cost: (This session is limited to 25 registrants)
ULI Women Members = Free
Non ULI Women Members = $25
The mission of the ULI Women’s Leadership Initiative is to raise the visibility and number of women leaders in ULI and the real estate industry.