IEA ACCREDITED TRAINING PROGRAM (ATP)
Enneagram and Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Anti-Racism Certification Program
- Country: United States
- Dr. Deborah Egerton
28 Days| 64-80 Hours
24 Sessions + 4 Days
Online Zoom platform on Tuesdays from 4:30-6:30 PT (offered annually)
Module 1: July 13 thru September 28, 2021
Module 2: October 5 thru December 21, 2021
Weekend Intensive: January 14 - 16, 2022 (12-16 hours) - In person workshops pending COVID status location TBD
Pre-requisites: Each participant must have a working knowledge of the Enneagram.
This program provides a specialized focus on a specific Enneagram approach or application. Learn how to advocate for all of humanity by using the Enneagram as a cornerstone of IDEA (inclusion, diversity, equity, anti-racism) tools to help create social equity and eliminate institutional bias; understanding the intention versus the impact of language; exploring unconscious bias through 9 different lenses; examining how our fixation and passion of Enneagram type stops us from being active as a cultural ally; and work with the Enneagram Lines and Arrows to help unlock some of the inherent fear across differences.
This program provides a certificate. The weekend intensive is designed for students to translate their learning into action. Students will demonstrate their capacity to apply the language, tools, and skills learned.
Dr. Egerton has delivered this program in organizations to assist HR and OD professionals in maintaining their Diversity and Cultural Councils and employee engagement initiatives for over 10 years. In light of recent events in the U.S. and global protests, now Dr. Egerton is offering it to Enneagram Practitioners outside of organizations to assist them in being able to utilize the Enneagram as a tool for social justice.
Students will participate in group settings, partnerships, home groups, type groups, breakout rooms, and various teaching methods. An online community will be available for students to connect outside of the class and complete homework assignments, share stories and experiences, and continue the process of exploring our unconscious bias through 9 different lenses.
Students must have a working knowledge of the Enneagram.