Join us for a brief IEA Georgia Chapter meeting followed by "Traveling the Map of the Enneagram—What Does the Journey Look Like?".
Special guest: Monirah Womack
See for yourself, as representatives of Enneagram types offer their in-the-moment self-observations and insights at our October meeting. You’ll have the opportunity to witness the journey directly as the representatives respond to inquiry through the panel interview method. More than a fascinating way to learn, this is an opportunity to practice presence together, as we create a “field” to experience and hold the stories shared by our panelists.
The panel will be facilitated by IEA Georgia member Monirah Womack, who certified with Narrative Tradition founders Helen Palmer and David Daniels. Their teaching is shared through the non-profit school, Enneagram Studies in the Narrative Tradition (ESNT), in which Helen remains active as a faculty member.
Professionally, Monirah takes the Enneagram to the workplace, helping teams, leaders and individuals enlarge their capacity for self-management and self-mastery. Personally, she encounters Enneagram growth opportunities daily!
Monirah is certified in leadership development, coaching and self-mastery skill-building through the Enneagram in Business (EIB). After a full career with global HR and organization development consulting firms, she is delighted to be doing the work she loves best through her firm, On Purpose | Relationship Capital At Work. Monirah is a senior Enneagram In Business Network member, where she coordinates the member mentoring program. She recently rotated off the Enneagram Association in the Narrative Tradition board after two terms, including serving as president and board executive committee member.
*You do not need to be a member of IEA Georgia to attend this Chapter meeting. If you would like to gain access to ALL monthly Chapter meetings, you can join IEA Georgia for just $30/year
Location: Church of the Epiphany
2089 Ponce de Leon Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30307