Stickers for Name Tags. For meeting ice-breakers, Enneagram workshops, and team off-sites. Let folks add a sticker to their name badges to show their career type or enneatype.


  • The Career Within You

    By Elizabeth Wagele and Ingrid Stabb

    Careers and Leadership. This is the top Enneagram book for application to careers; it is also used for teams, leadership, and talent management. The book is available in English, Japanese and Korean.

  • The Essential Enneagram

    By David N. Daniels, M.D. and Virginia Price, Ph.D.

    Good Overview. If you can only purchase one book on enneatype, make this the one. No-nonsense and well-researched, The Essential Enneagram provides the most presentable material for a corporate setting. Dr. David Daniels, clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford Medical School, includes a scientifically developed test based on statistical methods. This book will summarize all the important concepts for you.

  • The Enneagram Made Easy

    By Renee Baron and Elizabeth Wagele

    Fun Read! If you want a quick overview of enneatype but you also want to have some fun with it and laugh out loud, this is the book for you. Elizabeth Wagele includes cartoons throughout the book that marvelously illustrate the mindset of each of the personality types—as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words. This book also maps enneatypes to Myers-Briggs in a helpful visual table.

  • The Enneagram in Love & Work

    By Helen Palmer

    Career Application. Helen Palmer is one of the preeminent authors on enneatype with her books translated into several languages and sold all over the world. This book provides an in-depth look at the role of your enneatype in the workplace and how you interact with other types. Of all her books, this is one of Helen Palmer's most pertinent to the topic of “enneatype and career”. Palmer explains how you can best fit in to the work team.

  • The Wisdom of the Enneagram

    By Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson

    Old Favorite. Along with Helen Palmer, Riso and Hudson are two of the most influential authors and teachers on enneatype. Many people say that this is their favorite book on personality types due to the extensive detail and insightful observations regarding the inner workings and origins of type. Riso and Hudson are best known for their depiction of "healthy", "average" and "unhealthy", versions of each personality type.