Pigeonholing Goes Corporate

YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF enneagrams? You may soon. This system of personality analysis, once faddish pop psychology, is becoming a personnel tool for Corporate America. The enneagram (pronounced any-a-gram) system, whose origins are obscure, types people into nine personality groups, using a written test. It's similar to the oft-used Myers-Briggs test, but enneagram fans say their test is more in-depth.

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