The basic message is clear: Bullying is a huge problem, not only in schools, but also, in all segments of our global community. Our effective anti-bullying model shows how to create a network of interdependence, bringing out the strengths of each person involved. It is primarily a question of changing attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors in schools, in personal or business life through AWARENESS. The tool is the Enneagram, specifically the lower levels of each type and how each interacts in different settings, with resulting stress. By understanding the differences between the Assertive Types, (8, 7, 3), Compliant Types (1, 2, 6) and Introverted Types (4, 5, 9), through the lens of levels, we quickly see who is predisposed to be the bully, the bullied or the bystander.

Dixie Land Holton is an educator, musician, author and ordained minister. She taught in public schools for 25 years, as an adjunct professor of music education at Columbus State University and leads spiritual seminars. Dixie is a certified Teacher Support Specialist and Staff Development Consultant for Muscogee County School District. She is the author of The Image of God.

Martha Land Young was an Administrator for Southern Eye Center in Augusta, Georgia for 20 years. In 2002, she joined a twenty physician, seven location practice, Thomas Eye Group in Atlanta, Georgia. Her positions have been Chief Operations Officer and Sr. Director of Practice Management Operations. Martha has applied and refined her understanding of the Enneagram system to improve organizational communication and relationships between people. She is now a Practice Development Consultant, continuing to apply the Enneagram principles.

Dixie Land Holton
Martha Land Young


2011 IEA Global Conference

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

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