The conventional Enneagram assigns one personality type to each numbered point around the circle and allows for an adjacent “wing,” which is optional and which signifies only minor adjustments to the basic personality.
Although the Structural Enneagram adopts the conventional Enneagram practice of calling the secondary number a wing, this model does not recognize a single-number type. Rather, wings are integral to the personality type. Consequently, all personalities are identified by two numbers–a dominant type plus a non-dominant wing.
In the table below, due to constraints imposed my software, personality types are listed by a sort of “shorthand.” Ordinarily I refer to personality type One with a Two wing as “One-wing-Two.” In this table that is shortened further to 1w2.
|1w2||Servant-Leader||Caring, advocating, reforming, demanding|
|2w1||Altruist||Warm, serving, people-pleasing, somatizing|
|2w3||Giver||Friendly, adaptable, supportive, status-seeking|
|3w2||Motivator||Charming, encouraging, ambitious, narcissistic|
|3w4||Achiever||Ambitious, creative, image-conscious|
|4w3||Individualist||Original, different, introspective, moody|
|4w5||Artist||Unconventional, self-conscious, depressive|
|5w4||Visionary||Cerebral, creative, provocative|
|5w6||Observer||Investigating, perfecting, contrarian, socially awkward|
|6w5||Guardian||Investigating, dependable, contrarian, cynical|
|6w7||Loyalist||Reliable, balanced, entertaining, wary|
|7w6||Enthusiast||Spontaneous, quick, gregarious, impulsive|
|7w8||Excitement Seeker||Extroverted, engaged, impatient, escaping|
|8w7||Rebel||Power seeking, revolutionizing, violent|
|8w9||Boss||Leading, challenging, delegating, bullying|
|9w8||Mediator||Optimistic, inspiring, belligerent|
|9w1||Peacemaker||Independent, philosophical, stubborn|
|1w9||Idealist||Principled, purposeful, judgmental|