How to Find your Enneagram Wing and Why It Matters

Figuring out your main Enneagram type is just the beginning of your journey of self discovery. The next step is to determine your Enneagram wing, which you can think of as a co-pilot or a superhero sidekick to your main personality type. We borrow certain traits from our wing. This explains why people with the same Enneagram number may behave quite differently a lot of the time.

13 Experiences Every ENTJ Has When Working in Teams

ENTJs are notoriously decisive, direct, individualistic and driven. That doesn’t change just because they’re working in teams. 

An ENTJ will always naturally take the lead in a team setting, even if they’re not the ones technically in charge. They can’t help but put themselves at the front of the pack, and they’re most engaged when they have the power to direct their team and be a key decision-maker.

On the flip side, they’re not the best at deferring to other people. This is where ENTJs can quickly get frustrated.

Temperaments: A Simpler Model for Understanding Motivations at Work

This blog post is part of our Truity at Work series for those who are new to people management. In these posts, we’re creating useful content for managers and teams alike, helping you to understand personality, improve communication, and navigate conflict and change with ease. For an overview of the series, start with our introductory post here.

Type A vs Type B Personality: Ask These 6 Questions to Figure Out Which One You Are

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on August 12, 2022

Since Meyer Friedman and Ray H. Rosenman first developed their personality theory, people have been exploring the differences between Type A and Type B personalities. Stereotypically, these two types would be polar opposites. Type As are meticulous, organized and driven, which is very different to Type B’s more laid-back attitude.

Today, we know that no one is fully one type or the other. Still, if you’re wondering which way you lean, the following questions might help you figure out the type you’re closest to.

Which is the Most Difficult Enneagram Type to Type?

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on August 11, 2022

Understanding your Enneagram type isn’t always straightforward. You may take the Enneagram test and feel confused about your results because you share similarities with more than one personality type, which isn’t uncommon. That’s because some Enneagram types are more challenging to type than others. But what is the most difficult Enneagram type to type? The answer might surprise you.

Categories: Enneagram, Type Nine

5 Ways to Use the Typefinder with your Coaching Clients

Personality type plays an important role in helping someone understand why they are dissatisfied with their current career and the kind of work they would enjoy instead. And sometimes it doesn't even have to be over complicated – for some, learning they are an Introvert or an Intuitive and understanding what that means can be life changing. 

How you Behave When You’re Angry, By Personality Type

Everyone experiences anger sometimes, but how you deal with it reveals a lot about your personality type. For example, some types feel little wrath and more emotional regret, while others feel unprecedented fury! Because every personality type handles anger differently, it can be helpful to examine how each type behaves when dealing with this complicated emotion. 

So how do you behave when you’re angry? Let’s take a look at how each personality type reacts.

How to Improve Team Communication by Using Temperaments

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on August 08, 2022

This blog post is part of our Truity at Work series for those who are new to people management. In these posts, we’re creating useful content for managers and teams alike, helping you to understand personality, improve communication, and navigate conflict and change with ease. For an overview of the series, start with our introductory post here.

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