Step into a journey towards increased self-awareness. First, by finding your place on the Enneagram map, and then using that knowledge to uncover choices you may not know you are making that are blocking you from your greatest potential.
The journey never ends. Apply your discoveries. Become more present to the choices you are making. Unlock your talents and gifts. And keep learning. Your path may change, but you are in the driver's seat!
Kaylyn in a miracle worker. The way she knows how to speak gently and with purpose captures my attention in a way that I’m able to really understand the changes I can make to unlock my greatest potential
What our clients say about it
"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: Our 1-degree community engaged Kaylyn and 9points for a halfday session to explore and understand the Enneagram tool. The program was very well
designed, facilitated with excellence and we highly recommend Kaylyn! I personally walked
away with several insights that will help me leverage my Type and our core team has already
had a follow up dialogue on how we can support each other to harness our inherent strengths
and manage our stress points. Thanks Kaylyn!"
Tim Magwood co-founder, 1-degree www.1-degree.ca
“Kaylyn introduced the Enneagram to my department in 2017. It has since become a common language that helps us with
coaching conversations, hiring decisions and overall communication. There are a lot of personality typing systems out there
and I’ve tried many. The Enneagram has proven to be the most effective for my own personal development and has
provided the greatest impact for my organization.”
“The Enneagram Workshop that Kaylyn facilitated each semester has proven to be an enlightening and energizing
experience for my MBA students. It received accolades not only for increasing their self-awareness of their own stand-out
characteristics, but also for enriching their understanding and acceptance of differences in others, thereby facilitating the
quality of their interpersonal interactions.”
Hazel Rosen Associate Professor of Organizational Studies at the Schulich School of Business www.schulich.yorku.ca