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Enneagram: Triads

Enneagram Triads make up three different sections of the Enneagram model. The groups consist of The Gut: 8-9-1, The Heart: 2-3-4, and The Head: 5-6-7.

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Enneagram: Arrows

There are two types of arrows that branch off of your Enneagram Type. These arrows express your…

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Enneagram: Wings

The Enneagram might seem overwhelming after you finish it. Don’t worry we’ll break it down for you, starting with your wing.

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Enneagram: How to Self-Type

The Enneagram is quite a complex system. Which is good, because you’re quite a complex human. Taking an assessment can be a helpful first step, but…

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How To Lead A Team Building Session With Cloverleaf

Learn how to guide your team through the Cloverleaf Team Dashboard in an interactive session that will enhance relationships and performance.

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How OneBridge Empowers Team Members

After writing a post over the importance of empowering your team, we reached out to a few companies to ask how a team leader within their company works to empower team members. 

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Enneagram Type 1: The Reformer

Enneagram type 1 is called the reformer. At their best, they have a sense of duty or mission to make things better in the world. They can see ..

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Enneagram Type 2: The Helper

Enneagram type 2 is called the helper. At their best, they are kind, generous, warm hearted, and loving. In times of disintegration ..

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Enneagram Type 3: The Acheiver

Enneagram type 3 is called the achiever. At their best they are efficient and can be very successful in life. They are the quarterbacks, actors and …

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Enneagram Type 4: The Romantic

Enneagram type 4 is called the romantic. Type fours differentiate themselves from the crowd, seeing themselves as uniquely different and special.

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Enneagram Type 5: The Investigator

Enneagram type 5 is called the investigator. Type fives are studious, readily taking deep dives into whatever they ind interest in. They take comfort in …

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Enneagram Type 7: The Adventurer

Enneagram type 7’s are called the adventurer. They are fun, loving, high energy and enjoy dreaming and planning all the possibilities. They are super creative and can …

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Enneagram Type 8: The Challenger

Enneagram type 8’s are called the challenger. They have the most energy out of all numbers on the enneagram. They are straight forward, linear thinkers and …

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Enneagram Type 9: The Peacemaker

Enneagram type 9’s are called the peacemaker. They are kind, soft-hearted, understand and can see and understand anyone’s perspective.

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21% More Profitable

Companies in the top 25% of employee engagement are 21% more profitable and their employees are 87% less likely to leave …

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New Calendar Integration + Updates

Our Google Calendar integration is live! (and other product updates).

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Hard skills vs. soft skills: Is EQ the best predictor of success?

In the world of hiring, soft skills have recently become the holy grail of recruiting.

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Qualities of a Software Engineer

Based off of Cloverleaf’s data, this month we are highlighting common Software Engineer’s personality and strengths.

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5 Short Questions to Improve Workplace Productivity

Answering these few questions may help you better understand where your organization is at and explain how higher engagement between employees and managers can result in more productive employees.

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