Just as the Enneagram illuminates the architecture and dynamics of the personality, the field of organization development provides a powerful framework for understanding the architecture and dynamics of teams. This highly interactive session integrates the insights of the Enneagram with the theory and practice of creating high-performing teams from the field of organization development.
Because almost everyone who works in an organization works within a group or team context, and most people are members of multiple work groups and teams, team development is one of the most important organizational applications of the Enneagram. An integrated Enneagram/OD approach to developing highperforming teams not only transforms a team, it contributes to the personal transformation of individual team members. This session will show you how to make that happen.
Because this session is a two-hour structured team simulation, everyone who attends should expect to participate. The session is limited to the first fifty-four attendees, and all participants need to be present at the start of the session in order to hear the simulation instructions. Come to enjoy the experience, the insight, and the fun!
Ginger Lapid-Bogda, Ph.D., an organization development consultant with thirty-five years of consulting experience — Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, and law firms in areas such as strategic change, high-performance teams, executive coaching, and diversity — is a member of the OD Network and NTL. She currently serves as president of the IEA.
As a faculty member for several universities, she teaches courses in leadership, organizational change, and consulting skills. As a speaker, she makes presentations at conferences for organizations such as the Center for Creative Leadership, the OD Network, and ASTD. In 1991, the American Management Association awarded her a”10 Best Speakers Award”for her speech,”Managing Complex Change.”A contributing author to books and journals, Ginger authored”OD Interventions or Help! What Do I Do Now?”which appears in Organization Development: Perspectives and Foundations. In addition, she has published numerous articles on the topic of diversity. For her article”Judge Your Company’s Politics Before You Climb Aboard”(National Business Employment Weekly), Ginger received the”Best 10 Articles of 1991″award, and she is featured in the commercial video, Improving Workplace Gender Culture. In her new book, Bringing Out the Best In Yourself at Work: How to Use the Enneagram System for Success (McGraw-Hill, 2004), Ginger describes how to integrate organization development theory and practice with the Enneagram in the areas of communication, feedback, conflict, leadership, and teams.
Partial Client List: Arthur Anderson Business Consulting, American Express, Apple Computer, Automobile Club of Southern California, Blue Cross, CBS, Center for Creative Leadership, The Clorox Company, CUNA Mutual Insurance, Disney, First, Union Bank, General Electric, Gillette, Hewlett Packard , Kaiser-Permanente, Litrex Corporation, MacDonald’s, Mexican Museum, PacifiCare, PBS, Proctor & Gamble Rational Software, Raytheon Electronic Systems, Sun Microsystems, Time Warner, TRW, U.S. Postal Service, Whirlpool and Numerous law firms
2005 IEA Global Conference
San Francisco, California, USA