Hi friends! I’m back with another CXMH episode with Dr. Jon Singletary, Dean of the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University! Our first episode was on “The Enneagram and our faith journey“, and this time, we talk about the Enneagram and communities! The episode launched a couple of weeks ago but the end of the semester was a bit… full! 🙂 (Sorry for the delay and thank you again to Robert Vore for allowing us to take over CXMH yet again!)
In this more recent episode, Dr. Singletary unpacks how the Enneagram helps us consider the ways in which we engage the world, particularly through thinking/feeling/doing, and how this doesn’t just apply to individuals but also to communities, too! (Especially faith-based communities!) This episode is especially relevant for those who lead organizations, communities, and congregations and my hope is if that includes you, that this episode serves you well. You might even find yourself considering whether your community is a thinking/feeling/doing community and ways to bring these three in balance with one another! 🙂 Enjoy!!