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nine doors - Trimergence
NINE DOORS
STEP
INTO
AWA RE N E S S
INTELLIGENCES
A D VA NC E D CO U RS E
INSTRUCTOR’S MANUAL
REVISED 2011
Notes
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NINE DOORS
STEP
INTO
AWA RE N E S S
A D VANC E D CO U RS E
INSTRUCTOR’S MANUAL
TABLE OF
CONTENTS
Course Flow
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2011 Course Flow - 3 hour class
Morning Class (9 am - 12 noon format)
Time
Section
Slides
9:00 - 9:10
Warm Up
1-2
9:10 - 9:30
Three Intelligences Video and Discussion
3
9:30 - 9:50
Nine Doors Overview and Doorway Breakout
4-5
9:50 - 10:00
Powerpoint on Wings and Arrows
6-7
10:00 - 10:10
Break
Notes
Section One: 9:00 - 10:10
Section Two: 10:10 - 12:00
10:10 - 10:40
Wings and Arrows Videos and Exercises
7
10:40 - 10:50
Motivations Video and Exercises
9-12
10:50 - 11:45
Communications and Relationships
14
11:45 - 12:00
Ethics, Close
16-17
Afternoon Class (1 pm - 4 pm format)
Time
Section
Slides
1:00 - 1:10
Warm Up
1-2
1:10 - 1:30
Three Intelligences Video and Discussion
3
1:30 - 1:50
Nine Doors Overview and Doorway Breakout
4-5
1:50 - 2:00
Powerpoint on Wings and Arrows
6-7
2:00 - 2:10
Break
Notes
Section One: 1:00 - 2:10
Section Two: 2:10 - 4:00
2:10 - 2:40
Wings and Arrows Videos and Exercises
7
2:40 - 2:50
Motivations Video and Exercises
9-12
2:50 - 3:45
Communications and Relationships
14
3:45 - 4:00
Ethics, Close
16-17
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SLIDE 1
Project Slide 1 for the beginning of the class.
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SLIDE 2
Warm-Up: either use the Culture Statement, or another ice breaker depending
on your sense of what is best for the particular class.
Other icebreaker options:
1. Describe takeaways from the Nine Doors Intro class. Break the class into dyads and help
them move quickly.
2. How are you using the Nine Doors tool? This can be either in dyads or popcorn format.
• Successes
• Questions
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SLIDE 3
Project this slide to set up the Three Intelligences video.
Remind the class how powerful the Three Intelligences are as a tool and concept as a way to set up the video.
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slide 4
Show this slide as a reminder of the Intro course. This also serves as a way for
those who are still not sure of their Doorway to think about where they might fit
as they go through the Advanced course and view the videos.
You will review this slide through slide 6 quickly.
Go through the model and remind people how to follow the three steps. Refer to the text
below if the group has questions about how to use the identification model.
1. Model how to use this identification system in front of the group.
2. Use yourself as an example and go through the steps:
“I’m an introvert (extrovert”). Here’s what you have been seeing about me today to prove
that. What are you?”
“My primary intelligence is….(logic, emotion, intuition). Here’s how you can see that in my
presentation (give obvious examples).
“I might be these Doorways based on Step 3”.
• Confirm to the group that this system is not a “test” with a definitive answer.
• It is a system to help them quickly pinpoint where they might fit in the system.
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You can toggle back and forth between this slide the the previous one as you
talk about how to identify one’s Doorway.
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slide 6
In your own words outline the definitions of wings and arrows and why you find
them important to the Nine Doors model. Use examples of how you use your
wings and arrows assets to preview the value of the video examples to follow.
Wings are flavoring, lying on each side of our doorway. We have constant access to wings.
We can use them to enhance our performance by accessing their respective gifts to compliment our overall perception and strategy.
Arrows are the seven lines within the circle. We can actually experience and appear as that
arrow doorway and personality style, but only as a temporary transformation of perception
and strategy.
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Remind the class of the concept of dynamic movement between our primary
doorway and our two wings and two arrows. We have a total five direct
connections in our doorway matrix.
The Nine Doors system promotes dynamic and constant creative movement to
integrate our wings and arrows.
We can maximize the gifts of our wings and arrows to build a diverse, robust, high
performance state of being.
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slide 8
This is a rich part of the Advanced Course with strong videos.
You will not use a bound workbook as in the past.
You can download and print separate pages for each Doorway prior to the course and
hand them out, based on the each individual’s Doorway.
Project Slide 8 and use your laser pointer to show them how to fill in the worksheet.
Then start the videos.
Instructions:
1. We will go through three Wings and Arrows related videos that you will use this worksheet for:
1. Wings and Arrows gifts
2. Wings and Arrows challenges
3. Awareness of how to use our Wings and Arrows- How you experience being in your Wings and
Arrows- How you can be at your best- What you aware of when you are bringing out your best
2. Take notes in each section of your self insights from the video and from your own experiences
regarding your matrix of primary doorway, wings and arrows
3. After each video we will break out into small groups to discuss your insights and notes
Show Wings and Arrows related videos
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Use your own words to outline the concepts of Survival and Evolution and how
they are deeper motivations. Refer to the video presenters as talking about the
Evolution mode of their motivations.
• Survival is being conservative and focusing on required, basic needs.
• Evolution is taking calculated risks to grow and prepare for future needs and aspirations.
• Over focus on survival creates stagnation.
• Over focus on evolution risks collapse.
In the Nine Doors system, survival is represented by being aware of our personality
challenges, evolution by manifesting our gifts. Balancing survival and evolution creates a
maximum awareness and performance state in which we manage our challenges while
investing in our evolutionary growth.
Show Motivations video
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slide 10
Project this slide right after the video and discuss how it relates to the
comments people were making in the video.
Many of the video presenters used the exact terminology of the three motivations. Describe in
your own words what these motivations mean to you as an example to the attendees.
The motivations section is very important in defining the difference between the Nine Doors
Enneagram model and the conventional or “survival” Enneagram approach.
In advance of each course, carefully read the Nine Doors and Enneagram Contrasts Appendix
in the Nine Doors book so that you can accurately outline this concept to the class.
Some class members may have learned the survival motivational model from the conventional Enneagram and not be aware of the Nine Doors approach.
The may initially resist the Nine Doors’ evolution motivation approach. Be prepared to help
these students see the value of the Evolution motivation model.
Use your understanding of the text from the book, and the following slide to outline the difference between the Survival and Evolutionary motivations of the three intelligences.
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Do not compare Nine Doors with the conventional Enneagram model in this
section. The key focus is to show what happens in the Survival mode when the
Evolved Motivations are blocked.
Demonstrate with your laser pointer the early phases of the blocked motivations, which are
the smaller font size words. Describe how over time, as the blockage increases, the intensity
of the blocked motivation escalates and forces the survival response to be more pronounced
and increasingly dysfunctional.
You will need to have a very solid understanding of the concepts in the Nine Doors and
Enneagram Contrasts Appendix in the Nine Doors book in order to present this material
in a compelling manner that is easily understandable to the class. Remember content
representing Nine Doors’ contrast with the conventional Enneagram is for your own use,
do not present this to the class.
Be prepared to answer questions and to help people see the difference between these two
survival/evolution approaches.
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slide 12
This is a self-awareness exercise. You have the option to delete or shorten this
section in order to spend more time on Communications and Relationships.
You will need to download and print this page as a hand out for the class.
Have the class members write down their primary intelligence in the box in the
top right hand corner of the worksheet.
There will be no breakout in this section unless you believe you have time for it.
This exercise is designed to provide greater awareness of how we function in
both Survival and Evolution mode. Project this slide and give the following
instructions to the class:
1. Circle your doorway type on both the Survival and Evolution side of the worksheet.
2. Underneath each side, outline what you observe about yourself when you are in either a
Survival or Evolution mode.
3. At the bottom of each describe the outcomes you observe when you are in that Survival or
Evolution mode.
4. Break out with your primary intelligence group and discuss what you have learned from
each of the two motivations, and how you plan to maximize your Evolution motivations.
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This can be a very rich section of the course, but requires time to get through it
without rushing.
Again, you will download and print these pages prior to the course. They are
required because some people will forget to bring their Nine Doors book with them.
Project the 2 page Communications and Relationships spread starting with Doorway
1 and moving through to Doorway 9. Participants will have 2 page spreads for all 9
doorways for the exercise in their workbooks.
Write on the flipchart:
• Style
• Challenges
• Opportunities
Tell the group to imagine someone they know of each doorway type as they take
notes to create guidelines for improving these and other key relationships.
• When looking at their own type they look at the “self” area in the spread
• When looking at someone else’s type they look at the “other” area
If time allows at the end of all nine doorways, the class can break out into small groups and discuss
their strategies to improve communications and relationships.
Create four groups using the 1,2,3,4 breakout strategy. Pick those people on your left to start
counting. Those with the same number are in the breakout group.
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slide 14
Project this slide as you are going through the Communication and
Relationships section of the course.
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There will not be enough time for the breakout as it is defined below. You may
have time to go around the room for questions and comments.
Most of the discussion from the attendees will occur while going through each
Doorway during this section. This is probably as far as you will get until you
reach the end of the class.
Communications and Relationships Exercise
If you do have time at the end of the exercise, the class can break out into small groups and
discuss what their strategies to improve communications and relationships.
Write on the flipchart:
• Style
• Challenges
• Opportunities
Create groups of an ideal size based on the size of the class
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slide 16
Optional: Only if you think that there is value and time. Ideally this will have
been covered in the Intro course. Ask the class if everyone has seen this slide.
If a significant number has not, then take the time to review this slide since it is
crucial for the ethical use of the Nine Doors Enneagram system.
You want to instill a sense of ownership of these ethical procedures so that
these Advanced students will serve as models for responsible use of the tool.
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Close the class with this slide.
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Notes
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Trimergence
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