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Using Creative Games and Activities to Teach the Enneagram

August 3, 2006   2006 IEA Global Conference, Audio   

Teaching the Enneagram involves sharing much information, but that doesn’t mean it has to be a long, dry lecture.You can engage students with creative games and interactive activities that will teach them the Enneagram better than even the most welldelivered lecture. This presentation will explore creative, nontraditional approaches to teaching the Enneagram using games and activities sure to relieve the boredom for you and your students, while staying true to the integrity of the Enneagram. And, you’ll learn firsthand how effective these new techniques can be–we’ll use them throughout the presentation!

Brian Cole Miller has over 20 years experience in Human Resources Development and has been working with and studying the Enneagram for over 10 years. He has an MBA in Human Resources, has been a training consultant for 8 years, and completed Ginger Lapid-Bogda’s Train-the-Trainers program. He is the author of Quick Teambuilding Activities for Busy Managers, (2003 AMACOM) and Keeping Your Employees Accountable for Results, (2005 AMACOM).

Brian Cole Miller

2006

2006 IEA Global Conference

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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