Team Building Using The Enneagram Framework [Webinar]

Having a strong support system at your child care center is so important now, more than ever. In this webinar, we learn about The Enneagram framework of different personality types. We will go through how to use it to better understand your team and build a stronger community at your center.

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Key Takeaways

  • The Enneagram Framework – It’s an overview of 9 different personality types that help you understand your own strengths and weaknesses when it comes to problem solving.
  • A Team Building Exercise – Try running a group activity with your team using the Enneagram framework. Have each member of the team take the test to identify their types and then share it with the rest of the team. This will give everyone better perspective on how to work with each other!
  • Everyone Processes Differently – Understanding and accepting that different people prioritize different things when problem solving makes a huge difference when working together as a team.

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Carmen Choi

Carmen is the Marketing Coordinator and Preschool Podcast Manager on the HiMama team. She's been working with childcare business owners and consultants for 3 years. She is passionate making connections that empower the ECE Community through knowledge-sharing to support better outcomes for children, their families, and society!


  • Lilly says:

    I’m so excited about this webinar! I read about the Enneagram several years ago, and I joke sometimes at work about how we’re doing “team building” when we reorganize our spaces at work or do work on the playground together. We focus on improving communication with families or improving how we train our aides during training sessions, and we often during staff meetings will acknowledge that we have different ways of organizing our resources, different strengths that we contribute to our small center, etc. Yet we do very little to study our own personal strengths and see how we can improve our work together as a team. With returning to work during a pandemic and coming up with strategies to carry out simple tasks as we did in the past while physically distancing from one another, I feel that now more than ever we need to combine our strengths and work together on so many different levels! That is why I am so excited about this webinar and hope to share with with my teaching team… so thank you!

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