A delightful and deep conversation with Erin Baute, who is a People Strategist and expert in the Enneagram.
Erin is a Seven on the Enneagram and finds solace, relief, and support in the fullness of the Enneagram model. Erin has been studying and working in the field of behavior change for over 20 years. She is currently finishing her PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, with a focus on coaching and development.
She has spent time throughout her career honing her skills in behavior change, consciousness, self-awareness, emotional intelligence, communication strategy, relationship management and is practiced at integrating the Enneagram model to help individuals in both life and at work.
Erin is teaching her clients effective strategies to pivot, in real time, in all facets of their lives. She especially loves using the Enneagram to facilitate strategic understanding of behavior and productive communication approaches.
In Her Own Words…
What if I told you, you could learn how to interact with every person in your life in a way that brings out the best in them – and you simply by knowing your Enneagram type? These interactions are fundamental to success in each and every encounter – with your spouse, boss, co-workers, family, friends or even your children.
The Enneagram model is the perfect way to get started making major improvements to how you think, feel, and respond to your world.
Growing these skills can sometimes be daunting and intimidating. Understanding the people around you, while also trying to learn about yourself can feel like climbing a mountain – especially if you don’t have the right tools, resources, or fuel to keep you going.
Consider developing your personal and professional skills the exact same way you would train for a 5K, learn how to do yoga, or climb a mountain.
Whatever the obstacle you have already overcome in the past – the behaviors, the small steps it takes to achieve greatness and create change in yourself, is identical.
Most of us would hire a personal trainer or a nutritionist to guide us through our health goals, so why not take the same approach to bring out the best in our personal and professional lives? Partnering with a development coach will motivate and guide you to your next level of potential – at work, home, and within yourself.
Think of me like your personal trainer for your emotional and social intelligence, as well as business strategy needs – at home, at work, or with your team. Partnering together means you can lean on my experience and my knowledge-base and feel confident you have someone championing for your success as hard as you are!
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