Dale Rhodes, M.S., M.A., is a professional mentor with a private practice in Portland since 1998. Along with two Master's Degrees (NonProfit Administration and Interdisciplinary Studies / Spiritual Traditions & Ethics), he holds three professional certificates in the Enneagram and is certified in the MBTI® and Spiritual Direction. He founded Enneagram Portland in 2002 as the city's primary resource for local community education and interdisciplinary experience with the 9 Points of View.
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Thanks for bringing your knowledge and wisdom to camp with us. For many, your presentation was the highlight of the weekend and for all it was a chance to go inside and explore some of ourselves.
- David Kahl, CEO and Chief Storyteller at Fully.com
We hired Dale to start our Leadership Program. Best program ever on using personal behavioral knowledge to grow/lead a team!! First time I have ever had participants ask for more time with a speaker on this topic. Outstanding knowledge and applicability to leadership in all types of organizations.
-Agnes Zach, Director, Willamette Valley Development Officers
My experiences with Dale and the Enneagram are over a period of about four years, including individual, and group sessions, at two weekend retreats, a workshop created by elders for other older adults, and finally for a "Boomer Salon" that I belong to, despite being a 78 year old male well outside the boundaries of “boomerhood". I have never been disappointed or less than impressed with all of my experiences with Dale. He a great educator, performer, enthusiastic and loving coach, a first notch explainer, and demonstrator of types. He can command the attention of a room full of usually disruptive folks and maintain almost rapt attention. At the recent “Enneagram and Aging” workshop for 47 older adults, I said that in my over fifty years of creating, attending, and watching such workshops I had never experienced a unanimous “top rating” on any scale. As a sociologist, an experienced teacher and group facilitator with a very definite Enneagram Eight Type outlook: Dale “far exceeds” using my old corporate measurement system.
- Ken Pyburn