Pastor Trudy Jewell
Gallup Certified Strengths Coach

Developing as a leader might be one of the most significant and important opportunities you will have as a Believer. Chances are, at some point in your life, you will have the opportunity to lead; in fact, you may already have served as a leader several times. Learning and emerging as a leader is a process that takes knowledge, skills, and practice, and it requires you to be intentional in how you use your talents. Being aware of your Strengths and how to use them can help you develop as a leader by:  Increasing-your self-awareness.              Effective leaders know what they do well, and they find ways to apply their talents authentically and productively. Understanding your talents is an important step in cultivating self-awareness as a leader.

  • Deepening your knowledge & appreciation of others’ talents.  As you learn more about your own talents, you will begin to see the unique talents in others. You’ll also appreciate others for the different perspectives they offer because of their talents. The best leaders understand that teams with a diversity of talents achieve the best outcomes.
  • Forming and maximizing teams.  Although leaders need not be well-rounded, teams should be. Understanding each team members’ talents is crucial to getting the most out of a team — and in a way that honors the contributions each person can make. Understanding each team members’ talents will give you new insights into how the team can perform to its full potential.
  • Helping others to affirm, develop, and apply their talents. As a leader who understands your own talents and how to apply them productively, you can lead others to develop and apply their talents.
Each of your talents can be used to lead others if you intentionally develop them.
Find out YOUR strengths and receive a free coaching session.
I would love to have a conversation
with you about your strengths!
Pastor Trudy Jewell 
(209) 602-9797
(Initial conversation is complimentary.)