Shelley speaks with two leaders who recognize the 9 within themselves. These two leaders, Suzanna Cooper and Lesley Scarce, have been working on their personal inner growth through the lens of the Enneagram for years now. They offer their deep insights into what it means to function as a body type, how they work with anger, and how they do or don't "self-forget." What does it mean for leaders when they're willing to do the self-development work themselves? Does it really benefit everyone? Is it possible to be vulnerable as a leader with your team? How does it impact their personal relationships as well as their professional?
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2:24--Suzanna introduces herself
3:35--Lesley Scarce introduces herself
6:37--Shelley asks the panelists what it's like to be a body type
10:42--Shelley asks the panelists how aware they are of when the process of body awareness is happening
18:49--Shelley asks the panelists if they'd be willing to talk about their anger
22:40--The 9s adaptive strategy is to fall asleep to themselves
32:27--The passion of the 9s is the "sloth," also described as self-forgetting
40:00--When we do the inner work on ourselves, it builds trust with the team
45:55--When we do the work everyone around us benefits. Shelley asks the panelists what they've experienced as leaders when they've done the self work of personal inner growth