Today’s guest on Enneagram Mapmakers is Ginger Lapid-Bodga, PhD. In this conversation, Chris reflects with Ginger on the difficulties in typing, as well as how common mistyping is for so many of us. Ginger also shares how she first learned the Enneagram in a workshop at the Esalen Institute led by Helen Palmer, and about her own journey of coming to peace with type. Not a fan of personality systems, Ginger explains how we are much more than the categories that some renderings of type reduce us to.
A former President of the International Enneagram Association, Ginger is one of the world’s leading experts on applying the Enneagram in corporate settings. Learn more about her work with The Enneagram in Business. Ginger has also published several excellent books on the Enneagram including her most recent, The Art of Typing.
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