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What Type of Ally Are You? Using Your Enneagram Type in Racial Healing
With the global nature of diversity as our beacon to guide our ongoing learning about culture and diversity and racism, the Enneagram journey takes us to the heart of humanity by peeling back the layers to discover our authentic self. The nine lenses of the Enneagram allow us to learn how we each have different experiences under the same circumstances. Dr. Deborah Egerton will lead us in considering the core motivation of each Enneagram type in a creative exploration of how and why your implicit bias is informed by the nine different ways types see the world. What type of ally are you? Let's take the deep dive for answers.
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About Dr. Edgerton
Deborah Egerton, Ph.D. is an internationally respected psychologist, creative thought leader, executive coach and corporate facilitator. Dr. Egerton specializes in diversity, equity, inclusion and anti-racism work with individuals and organizations to create intentional culture change. As a member of the board of directors of the International Enneagram Association she has helped to bring more awareness about diversity and inclusion to the Enneagram community where she is often referred to as the “Enneagram JEDI” (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) She is an IEA certified Enneagram practitioner, master teacher and coach who utilizes the Enneagram for social justice work world wide. Deborah brings over 2 decades of expertise in DE&I and anti racism work to today’s troubled world. She is the founder and president of Trinity Transition Consultants, a consultancy firm specializing in DE&I, Executive & leadership team development, Enneagram & developmental team coaching.
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