Catherine Hayes


The Enneagram Type Two as Leader

Type Two’s are in the heart center of the Enneagram, where the predominant focus is on self-image. When Type Two’s behavior is mainly based on their egoic pattern of being helpful, they appear altruistic and can be counted on to help the team. They are usually quite good at making sure that everyone is taken… Continue Reading

Type Three as Leader

Type Threes are in the heart center of the Enneagram. At their best, Type Threes are authentic and inspiring mentors. They are natural born leaders. They are goal oriented and high achievers, however, this is often in response to an unconscious need to prove they are valuable. They tend to be workaholics and often suffer… Continue Reading

Type Four as Leader

Type Four’s are in the heart-center of the Enneagram where the predominant theme is how I want to be seen. Type Fours often shy away from Leadership rules mainly due to a sense of feeling they don’t fit in. They often feel misunderstood. They feel that no one understood them in and that no one… Continue Reading

Type Five as Leaders

Type Fives are in the Head Center where the predominant theme is how to trust and the emotions are fear and anxiety. Type Fives, are often reluctant leaders as they prefer to be in the background and often hold back in team meetings. It may seem that they are detached, however, make no mistake about… Continue Reading

Type Six as Leader

Type Sixes are in the head center of the Enneagram where the emphasis is on understanding or knowing. At their best, they bring a sense of knowing to their work, however, they often struggle with trusting their inner wisdom resulting in difficulty deciding which direction to take. To counteract this pattern, they work through every… Continue Reading

Type Seven as Leader

Type Sevens, as leaders are visionaries, endlessly generating new ideas. Operationalizing their ideas can be challenging as they do not like to be mired in detail and loathe boredom. They often fear that they are missing out on experiences and exhibit a sense of insatiability with experiences and new ideas. They see endless possibilities in… Continue Reading

Type Eight as Leader

Enneagram Type Eight is in the body or instinctive center where the predominant theme is autonomy. They are often referred to as the Challenger or Boss as they challenge those that threaten their need for control. Type Eights, as leaders, can struggle with a need for control and may become willful, vengeful and demanding if they feel threatened. They can… Continue Reading

Type Nine as Leaders

Type Nines, as leaders, keep the peace and shy away from confrontation. They rarely express anger. They are the Peacemakers. They struggle with balancing their need for peace and harmony and addressing what needs to be addressed, which can result in them ignoring reality. They will ignore the sinking ship. Their need to hold on to… Continue Reading

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