Tom Condon has worked with the Enneagram since 1980 and with Ericksonian hypnosis and NLP since 1977. These three models are combined in his training to offer powerful blend of therapeutic tools.
His workshops concentrate on how to see and use the Enneagram dynamically as a springboard to positive change. As a result, most participants report personal and professional breakthroughs and a deeper sense of freedom and choice.
Tom has taught over 800 workshops in the US, Europe, and Asia and is the author of 50 books, CDs, and DVDs on the Enneagram, NLP, and Ericksonian methods. He is a certified coach and Practitioner of NLP and director of The Changeworks in Bend, Oregon. He is Accredited With Honor by the International Enneagram Association (IEA).
Russ Hudson is the leading authority in the Enneagram world today.
He is one of the founders of the Enneagram Institute, one of the two first Enneagram schools worldwide.
Russ Hudson is also the co-author of several Enneagram books with the late Don Riso and among them, most noticeable, and maybe the most readable and referenced to Enneagram book in the world - “The Wisdom of the Enneagram.”
This book is the most highly recommended book to read. If you need to read only one book about the Enneagram - it surely has to be “The Wisdom of the Enneagram.”
Ginger Lapid-Bogda Ph.D. is an Enneagram author and teacher and an organization development consultant, trainer, and coach, who works with organizations, leaders, and teams around the globe to create vibrant, productive, sustainable organizations.
Author of 7 Enneagram-business books, she also offers global certification programs that enable consultants, trainers, and coaches to use the Enneagram effectively and accurately in organizational applications such as teams, leadership, conflict, feedback, strategy, organizational change and transformation, and personal and professional development.
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John specializes in understanding the inner work lineage of the Enneagram and the Instinctual Drives from a biological and Inner Work perspective.
John has taught numerous Enneagram workshops and classes in the United States and Italy for children, teens, and adults and has led workshops and inner work retreats based on original material.
In 2018, John began co-facilitating group pilgrimages through Egypt to connect the living tradition of inner work with its roots and origins.
John's interests have led to a deep involvement in Gurdjieff Work in the lineage of J.G. Bennett, The Gurdjieff Movements, Jungian group work, and meditation practice. He has studied extensively with The Enneagram Institute and is an apprentice psycho-spiritual facilitator in Integrative Breathwork through the Inspiration Consciousness School in Baltimore, MD.
Casper Oelofsen is an international executive business coach and an effective team developer with a strong entrepreneurship, strategy, and business consulting background. In addition, he is a founder of various enterprises where he acts at both executive and non-executive levels.
He is a leading expert on diversity, mindfulness-based applications, Enneagram assessment, coaching individuals and groups, and designing tailor-made interventions that assist leaders and teams in sustainably performing in complexity. He uses both Mindfulness-Based applications and the Enneagram to assist his clients in increasing their ability to respond rather than react in habitual ways in stressful environments.
Deborah A. Ooten, Ph.D., is the founder/director of the Conscious Living Center. She has her doctorate in clinical psychology, is an occupational therapist, and is a trained craniosacral therapist and a Certified Enneagram Teacher in the Narrative Tradition. In addition, Deborah is certified by Don Beck, Ph.D. in Spiral Dynamics.
Martin Ucik is the author of the “Integral Relationships: A Manual for Men” book.
Martin trained with Eckhart Tolle as a group facilitator and became an avid student of Ken Wilber's Integral Philosophy.
This allowed him to integrate his relationship experiences into his first book "Integral Relationships: A Manual for Men” which Wilber calls “terrific.”
To say it humbly with Wilber’s words: “Martin has continued his ground-breaking work in applying Integral Theory to the whole complex issue of relationships. Like his first book in this area, it is fully grounded in Integral Theory and continues adding new, interesting, and relevant material to it to bring a truly up-to-date overview of today’s relationships and how to make them work from the very highest potentials possible.”
A longer Bio is at https://integralrelationship.com/about/martin-ucik/
ValueMatch was founded in 2011 and offers its services worldwide. The reason was the lack of reliable assessment instruments based on Graves and Spiral Dynamics that can be used in organizations for development purposes. The core of this approach is that the value development of people is taken as the starting point in finding the work environment that suits them best. This is a dynamic process; work that was once inspiring may at some point be tiresome. Understanding how values develop helps in this search process.
For more than two decades, Flemming Christensen has put the original, authentic, and passionate leader on the agenda with clients seeking ways to go beyond the role of leadership and bring the whole person into leadership. In addition, Flemming is known for his uniquely practical work on building more aligned and effective teams, using a four-part strategic alignment-to-action planning process.
Flemming is acknowledged as a most engaging teacher on a personality system called the Enneagram, which he has brought to businesses for over 20 years and over 50,000 public course students, making Denmark a place wherein business the Enneagram is on par or even more value than more traditional systems, such as Myers-Briggs.
Flemming’s signature work on how different personalities respond to pressure has helped countless organizations address pressure in more conscious and resourceful ways. An entrepreneur, he has run his own companies since the age of 23. He is known for a steady, grounded presence that enables his range of responses as economic expansions and contractions happen rhythmically over time.
Flemming is the author of 16 books, with his most recent book on listening as a leadership and life practice. He has trained leaders from Danske Bank, Microsoft, NNIT, Novo Nordisk, AbbVie, Pfizer, Philips, and Leo Pharma. Most recently, he collaborated with Eva Boxenbaum, formerly of the Copenhagen Business School and now a professor at CGS, Mines ParisTech, on the imperative for leaders to be intentional about the narratives they use to create and enroll others in new futures in their organizations.