The classification of people into concepts of type is a basic part of human thinking. The Saint archetype is one of the typological orientations and is mentioned in the Enneagram (ancient Greek for ‘something written’). The striking feature of Saint archetypes is their increased distance, and they often see things on the macro level. They are ostensibly guided by reason. They come across as somewhat remote and find it difficult to feel closeness. Representatives of this group sometimes also see themselves as lifelong bullying victims because others don’t understand them and they themselves have difficulty connecting with others. They feel excluded. If Saints accept their distance, the pain underlying the alleged isolation disappears, so that they can now serve the community at large and share their macro view with a broad public. In a developed stage, their energy is peaceful and harmonious, particularly also for the triangle. The more advanced Saint archetypes are, the more the outside world understands them. Their distance is intrinsic and will stay that way. More in-depth information about the archetypes is provided in the LEADERSHIP Workshop ‘Recognising and Practising Leadership Types’.