The Enrichment Type places high value on the way religion, spirituality and/or consciousness enriches their work life as the primary manifestation of integrating their faith and work. The Enrichment Type has different motivators and can be observed in different ways. The motivators are: drawing strength and comfort for work; coping with pressures and problems at work; and finding professional wisdom and personal growth through work. The Enrichment Type is comprised of some with group orientations and others with individual orientations. Atheists and agnostics can also be Enrichment Types though they respond to the same three motivators without reference to God or deities. They draw on non-theistic consciousness practices, meditation, centering exercises, and other disciplines to focus on the inner self and/or the universe.
Both Enrichment Type orientations - group and individual - are similar in many ways. Each accent and draw strength and comfort from their faith/spirituality beliefs and practices as a means to deal with workplace related issues. Through various devotional practices and contemplative disciplines, they find wisdom and inner peace to help them cope with the pressures and problems of their workplace. The constant search for professional wisdom and personal growth is also important to both group and individual oriented Enrichment Types. Many also find faith enriches their ability to stay humble amid times of success and hopeful amid times of failure.
Inward and contemplative in nature, both group and individual orientations of Enrichment Types engage in a variety of enrichment practices as a means to integrate faith and work. These include practices such as regular prayer, devotionals, scripture study, liturgical activities, accountability exercises, yoga, meditation, or other reflective practices, often with a view to inner sustenance, healing, and personal transformation. Their faith and devotional practices accent spiritual succor and nurturance, drawing closer to God, communing with the Divine, or becoming at one with the Universe. These inward faith practices enrich their ability to cope and thrive in their outward work life.
The primary difference between the group and individual oriented Enrichment Types is whether they are alone or gather with others. The Enrichment Type with a group orientation seeks others with similar inclinations, finding comfort, growth, and encouragement in group settings. They find solace and value as part of larger worship communities and being in smaller groups. They find their work life is enriched by doing these things in group settings. Whereas the Enrichment Type with an individual orientation prefers to engage in non-group and less publicly visible ways of nurturing the soul and integrating faith and work. As with other manifestations of the Four E's, the group and individual orientations of Enrichment types might blend or overlap in the same person.