We are extremely thankful to add Errol Rempel to the Fullwell team of consultants and coaches.
We are extremely thankful to add Errol Rempel to the Fullwell team of consultants and coaches. Errol brings a masterful balance of deep caring humility with powerfully insightful wisdom to his interactions with leaders. With more than 40 years of ministry leadership experience, Errol has been a Lead Pastor in Ontario, Alberta and BC. For the past eight years, he has served leaders as the District Superintendent of the Christian and Missionary Alliance in the Canadian Pacific District.
Errol holds a Doctor of Ministry and is currently finishing his Certified Leadership Coach (CLC) designation. He is a certified Grip Birkman Coach and a Qualified Administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI), widely regarded as the premier tool for assessing and increasing intercultural competence.
Errol’s words give you a sense of his heart for leaders:
I’m thrilled and thankful to be invited to join the Fullwell Leadership Team!
Some time ago a friend remarked to me: “Leadership is a tough gig… and it’s gettin’ tougher!” I agree with that sentiment!
In recent years, many of my moments of greatest joy have been sparked by a fellow leader telling me that I have been useful to him or her: useful in helping to re-frame a challenge in a new and productive way; useful in asking questions that helped banish fog and confusion; useful in providing feedback on options for taking action, and so on.
Across the years, I’ve served in leadership contexts that were rich in relational support and companionship. I’ve also worked in contexts with multiple challenges where I felt like there was little safety and an absence of trustworthy conversation partners.
During this chapter of my life, I now treasure opportunities to serve as a safe, confidential, supportive coach and advocate for leaders (and teams) that feel stuck, stymied, perplexed or depleted. Collaborating our way into a more effective missional future sparks new joy!
If you’re looking for a thought partner to process leadership challenges, feel free to reach out to Errol through our contact us page.
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