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A proven system for improving your own work and for working better in a team Used by such organizations as the Walt Disney Company, Silicon Graphics, the Federal Reserve Bank, and the CIA, the Enneagram is a proven psychological system based on nine number types that helps people achieve self-awareness and develop strategic approaches to interpersonal interactions. In Bring A proven system for improving your own work and for working better in a team Used by such organizations as the Walt Disney Company, Silicon Graphics, the Federal Reserve Bank, and the CIA, the Enneagram is a proven psychological system based on nine number types that helps people achieve self-awareness and develop strategic approaches to interpersonal interactions. In Bringing Out the Best in Yourself at Work, Enneagram teacher and business consultant Ginger Lapid-Bodga shows professionals how to apply this popular tool to their work as a way to improve their productivity and help them build positive relationships among coworkers. This practical guide explains how to use the Enneagram to: Communicate more effectively Provide constructive feedback Prevent and resolve conflict Bring out their strongest leadership skills Discover methods for professional development Work better in teams


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A proven system for improving your own work and for working better in a team Used by such organizations as the Walt Disney Company, Silicon Graphics, the Federal Reserve Bank, and the CIA, the Enneagram is a proven psychological system based on nine number types that helps people achieve self-awareness and develop strategic approaches to interpersonal interactions. In Bring A proven system for improving your own work and for working better in a team Used by such organizations as the Walt Disney Company, Silicon Graphics, the Federal Reserve Bank, and the CIA, the Enneagram is a proven psychological system based on nine number types that helps people achieve self-awareness and develop strategic approaches to interpersonal interactions. In Bringing Out the Best in Yourself at Work, Enneagram teacher and business consultant Ginger Lapid-Bodga shows professionals how to apply this popular tool to their work as a way to improve their productivity and help them build positive relationships among coworkers. This practical guide explains how to use the Enneagram to: Communicate more effectively Provide constructive feedback Prevent and resolve conflict Bring out their strongest leadership skills Discover methods for professional development Work better in teams

30 review for Bringing Out the Best in Yourself at Work: How to Use the Enneagram System for Success

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy

    A wealth of information as on the Enneagram, especially as it relates to inter-office relationships, but better read as a reference text as opposed most other Enneagram works.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    Definitely some helpful stuff here, but it’s not particularly readable or engaging.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Smith

    Lots of practical suggestions for each of the nine types as it relates to communication, conflict, leadership, and personal growth

  4. 5 out of 5

    wanderingjam

    I am so glad I bought this book! It is my first Enneagram guide after merely reading some information on the Internet. Covering almost all, if not all, aspects needed for self-improvement, the book broadens my horizon about people and of course myself considerably :-) and not only is the suggestion about teamwork issues useful with mini-teamwork project at college, but they are perfect for strengthening a personal relationship as well. Cannot find any reason to give less then five stars! :-)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Valorie

    This was the first book on the enneagram that i read and was amazed at the insight it gave me into my personality. Others that i read didnt seem quite so accurate or complete. If anybody likes personality catagorizing systems at all i would recomend trying the enneagram system. I found it most enlightening for myself and family members. Infact i still think of myself in the ways i read about in this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    I think anyone who works in a team setting should read this. It's very effective at giving one a perspective on how they function and how their co-workers function in a practical way. It also gives good insights into how people can function more effectively with others. I found it useful in considering my job, but also feel like it's applicable to other types of relationships. I think anyone who works in a team setting should read this. It's very effective at giving one a perspective on how they function and how their co-workers function in a practical way. It also gives good insights into how people can function more effectively with others. I found it useful in considering my job, but also feel like it's applicable to other types of relationships.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    I liked how the author gave concrete examples and strategies to evaluate how both you behave/react to situations and how others react to the same set of circumstances.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Marie

    This book is an extremely valuable guide to using the enneagrm personality styles to help understand ourselves and our coworkers better.

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