The Platinum Connection: Facing the Divide & Embracing the Journey
If we stay present, engaged, and respectful of the differences and similarities that connect us to one another, people from all walks of life can see each other as equals. The need for action and change in order to achieve that new paradigm is apparent to most... but few of us know exactly how to effect change and address the underlying issues that keep us feeling separate. Join Deborah Threadgill Egerton, PhD, Founder and President of Trinity Transition Consultants, LLC, as she illuminates The Platinum Connection and how it was developed to address these divides and create a network of acceptance, engagement, and restoration.
During this hope-filled session, you'll discover:
- The importance of facing the reality of the crucial divide within our society, and acknowledging the undeniable need for action & restoration
- How to create a network of empowered ambassadors who support and encourage positive & intentional social change
- Ways the Enneagram can be used as a catalyst for individual transformation & conflict resolution in a fractured society
Dr. Deborah Egerton, founder and president of Trinity Transition Consultants, is an internationally respected psychotherapist and executive coach who is often described as an unforgettable career thought-leader, diversity and inclusion practitioner, and authentic and inspirational Enneagram teacher. She facilitates career growth and personal development with individuals and organizations by focusing her efforts on respecting the uniqueness of every individual and honoring the humanity in us all.
Dr. Egerton recognizes that the Enneagram is the blueprint needed for the unification of all people to understand we are already connected as one. Her work with the Enneagram has allowed people to see the world through different eyes and has enabled individuals to see how our similarities connect us more than our differences divide us.
She holds a BA in Mass Communications from the University of Texas EL Paso, MA in Counseling Psychology, Webster University and Ph.D. Health Sciences Saba University, Netherlands Antilles.