What is the Enneagram Cohort?
The LTM Enneagram Cohort program is comprised of individuals who desire a deep dive into Enneagram wisdom and are committed to using that wisdom for the good of others. The Cohort will meet at LTM’s ministry center, The Micah Center, in Dallas, TX once a quarter for a full calendar year. Each Cohort gathering will combine teaching, discussion, panels and small groups for an immersive, Enneagram learning environment. Like so many spiritual tools, the Enneagram is individual work done best in community.
The Enneagram Cohort is designed for people who would like to use the Enneagram beyond themselves. While participants are selected with the understanding that they will use the Enneagram for the betterment of the communities they are a part of (whatever those are) the focus for the Enneagram Cohort is communicating Enneagram wisdom to participants, not learning how to teach the Enneagram to others. Participants can expect full weekends focused on individual, spiritual work.
Between gatherings, Cohort members will be expected to complete homework (typically a book to read and a spiritual exercise to practice) and will be encouraged to stay in touch with other group members. While Suzanne Stabile has years of Enneagram wisdom, the expectation of the Cohort is to learn from each other as each member of the group brings invaluable insights and experiences to enrich the community.
How are members chosen, and what is the commitment?
Cohort members are chosen (by committee) based on the following criteria:
Desire and opportunity to use wisdom for the betterment of one’s community
Diversity of age, vocation, gender, etc.
Enneagram number (Enneagram Cohort only)
Video Interview (second-round candidates only)
Tuition for the LTM Enneagram Cohort is $2,000 a year (some scholarship funds are available.) As participants are expected to participate in every cohort gathering, any missed gatherings will not be prorated. Annual tuition is due by the first gathering.
9/1/19 - ENNEAGRAM COHORT APPLICATION DEADLINE
11/1/19 - COHORT PARTICIPANTS ANNOUNCED
2020 COHORT GATHERING DATES
JAN. 30 - FEB. 1, 2020
MAY 14-16, 2020
AUG. 20-22, 2020
NOV. 19-21, 2020