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The Enneagram: Journey to Self Discovery

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Transcript of The Enneagram: Journey to Self Discovery

The Enneagram: Journey to Self Discovery
By
Tammy Kothe-Ramsey, Janie Simmons,
and Robb Wood

History & Acceptance
Before Pythagoras
Religious Communities
Philosopher Gurdieff
Growing in Popularity
RHETI - Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator
WEPSS - Wagner Enneagram Personalty Style Scale
Reliability and Validity
Reliability
- Cohen's Kappa Coefficient: 0.76-1.00
Concurrent Validity
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1st test: Alpha Consistency Coefficient:
Range of 0.368 for Type 9 to 0.782 for Type 5.
2nd test: Range of 0.628 for Type 9 to 0.815 for Type 5.
Predictive Validity
-Cohen's Kappa Coefficient:
1st test: 0.284
2nd test: 0.403
Comparing the Enneagram to Millon 8 Personality Patterns and Myers-Briggs Inventories.

Client Consideration
Adults 18+, Male or Female
Numerous Applications and Purposes
Psychology
Therapy
Social Work
Business (production, marketing)
Spiritual applications
Many more!
References
Bland, Andrew. (2010). The enneagram: a review of the empirical and transformational literature.
Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development. 49, 16-31.

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Duffey, T., & Haberstroh, S. (2011). Helping couples reconnect: Developing relational competencies and
expanding worldviews using the enneagram personality typology.
Retrieved from http://counselingoutfitters.com/ vistas/vistas11/Article_25.pdf

The Enneagram Spectrum of Personality Styles (2012a). Enneagram styles. Introduction to the enneagram
spectrum of personality styles. Retrieved from http://www.enneagramspectrum.com/enneagram-
styles/

The Enneagram Spectrum of Personality Styles (2012b). Products. Wagner enneagram personality style
scales. Retrieved from http://www.enneagramspectrum.com/products/
Fallows, Randall. (2000). The enneagram of Cheers: where everybody knows your number. Journal of
Popular Culture, 34 (2), 169-179.

Matise, Miles. (2007). The enneagram: an innovative approach. Journal of Professional Counseling: Practice,
Theory, and Research. 35 (1), 38-58.

Mishral, A., & Gahlot, H. (2012). Enneagram styles as personality paradigms. International Journal of
Engineering Sciences and Management. 2 (1), 77-80

Sutton, A. (2012). "But is it real?" A review of research on the enneagram. Enneagram Journal, 5(1), 5-19.

WPS (2014). Wagner enneagram personality style scales. Retrieved from
http://www.wpspublish.com/store/p/3083/wagner-enneagram-personality-style
-scales-WEPSS#purchase-product

Wagner Enneagram Personality Style Scales (2014a). About the WEPSS. Retrieved from http://
www.wepss.com/aboutWEPSS.asp

Wagner Enneagram Personality Style Scales (2014b). Purchase the WEPSS! Retreived from http://
www.wepss.com/buy.asp

Yee, Soung. (2013). An experiment of using enneagram for the analysis of the relationship between the
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55-62.









Overview
Personality Typology
Reveal an individual’s worldview, the choices they may make, their values, motivation sources, common reaction to others, and how they may respond to stress.
Nine-point map that identifies worldviews or paradigms.
Price

Individual tests purchased at www.WEPSS.com
must have a Paypal account







Bulk / hard copies and CD can be purchased at
www.wpspublish.com







Scales
Scoring
Interpretation
Format and Administration
self-report assessment
forced-choice
Likert scale format
Electronically
paper and pencil
Nine Personality Types:
1. The Good Person
2. The Loving Person
3. The Effective Person
4. The Original Person
5. The Wise Person
6. The Loyal Person
7. The Joyful Person
8. The Powerful Person
9. The Peaceful Person
Raw scores
Resourceful score
Less resourceful score
Percentile scores
Core style
Wing style
Stressful style
Relaxed style
Group activity to follow
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