Through the use of a Personality Indicator, video, Q&A, self-reflection and general discussion, participants come away from the session identifying their qualities as parents and/or educators and translate that knowledge into how to become a true mentor and guide for their child/student. They find ways to establish stronger connections with their child/student and eliminate selfdefeating behavior patterns. Perhaps most importantly they are given the gift of knowing what motivates their behavior, as well as a way to gain self-awareness and identify parenting/ educating strengths and weaknesses. This is solid, practical information for all those who interact with children.
Janet Levine presents her work on the Enneagram at conferences and workshops internationally. She is the author of Know Your Parenting Personality: How To Use the Enneagram to Become The Best Parent You Can Be (2003) and The Enneagram Intelligences: Understanding Personality for Effective Teaching and Learning (1999). Levine is the founder and first president of an international professional association of Enneagram teachers.
2004 IEA Global Conference
Arlington, Virginia, USA