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Being able to develop managers to become effective leaders of people is one of the greatest challenges organizations face today. In fact, their sustainability depends on it.

Soul-Inspired-Leadership was borne out of a mutual desire of Ross and Antoinette to bring something essential back into leadership – soul.

In today's business, being an authentic and a well-balanced leader is a well-intended goal. In reality, most leaders struggle to manage this.

In order to be truly authentic, they need to connect with their soul, their inner truth and then lead from there.

This site is all about that... bringing more soul into business.


Business needs more soul - Leaders are called to action

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Business today with its ever-increasing focus on profit margins, budgets, and other performance data has mostly lost connection with its most important asset – its people. Simply put – it lost its soul.

This is reflected in low employee engagement figures globally.

It is time to refocus on giving people a greater sense of purpose in their roles. Therefore, leaders themselves have to learn to reconnect and listen to their inner world, their heart, their soul. Once leaders move beyond the perspective of mere performance, once employees feel they are seen, heard and acknowledged and they matter as a human being, engagement figures will rise again.

With our services and products based on cutting edge technology we help coaches and executives alike to bring more soul into business.

Being true to yourself and authentic - The new must for leaders


With the ever-increasing competitiveness in the business world today, companies need leaders who are focused on results and the success of a project, and therefore are willing to put their own interests behind and keep the long term goals in mind.

To achieve that, leaders are reliant on employees who identify with the mission and the vision of their company. They need to feel connected at work and have a sense of purpose.

Establishing a climate of such quality depends very much on the ability of the leaders to lead from within and be true to themselves in their approach to their people. Leaders of today bring back empathy and heart into their leadership, they are aware of their own strengths, limitations and internal world. They are at ease showing their real self in any aspect of their life, which builds trust and reliability in the relationships with their people.

We offer tools that will help coaches develop their clients to be authentic leaders.

Good leadership - Being balanced and consistent to lead effectively

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In today’s fast changing business world, leaders require flexibility and a healthy amount of stability. For employees to be truly engaged, they need their leaders to be consistent and balanced in their behaviors and reactions.

Good leadership comes from being balanced and consistent, no matter what the situation is at hand. It is the ability to keep people focused on the journey that lays ahead; to encourage and support them to overcome personal and work related challenges. Good leadership is based on balanced, reliable and measured leadership behavior.

Our services and products, based on cutting edge technology and quantum physics, support coaches to achieve this with their clients faster.



Happy and healthy employees contribute more at work

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We seem to constantly race against time. Stress is something we have by now accepted as a constant in our lives. It easily creeps up in every aspect of our life, whether work, family, social circles, fitness, it is almost unthinkable of not experiencing it at all. Stress has by now exceeded an healthy level in peoples life and has many facets.

Sufficient rest, a balanced diet, enough water and adequate exercise are known to be the foundation of health since time memorial. But what about our inner world? The quality of our emotions, of our thoughts is a game changer when it comes to health and wellbeing.

What unhealthy beliefs, what patterns are we driven by, that aren’t even ours? Do we realize how much does vitality and wellbeing improves when we shed the limiting beliefs we grew up with?

Information Field Technology goes to the core of the issue – we can help.



To gain ground in a coaching session it is advisable to address not only the mental/emotional aspect but also to pay attention to the rebalancing of the physiological imprints.


A simple way of doing that is the leadership chip card  which is programmed with critical leadership frequencies and affirmations to support the optimization of imbalances on a physical and mental/emotional level that helps a person meet their leadership challenges and the work they are doing with their coach much more robust.

*Please listen to our next few weekly podcasts and we will explain the technology in more detail and how we can help the coaching community with their clients. More details will be released on this site to coincide with our shows.


The more we have in our coaching kit bag to help struggling managers become better leaders the better.



Ross Unplugged, leadership, getting things done effectively through people

By Ross Swan | October 20, 2020

This series is where I discuss various aspects of leadership.All leaders are managers. Yet not all managers are leaders. Managers who aren’t leaders manage processes.In essence you gather that information from subject matter experts, collate it and put that together. The next step for a manager is then to implement. This is where the issue…

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Crucible leadership, its about the ‘who’ not the ‘what’… special guest Warwick Fairfax

By Ross Swan | October 8, 2020

Warwick Fairfax is the founder of Crucible leadership. The firm guides leaders and companies in turning business and personal failures into the fuel for igniting a life of significance. Fairfax was only 26 and a fifth-generation heir to the media empire bearing his family name. He led and lost a multibillion-dollar public takeover bid resulting…

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Crucible leadership, its about the ‘who’ not the ‘what’, Part Two… special guest Warwick Fairfax

By Ross Swan | October 8, 2020

In part 2 of the podcast we move on to the topic of being authentic and true to self. How do you see this with people who are struggling and stuck in a bit of a bind as to where they are and starting to realize where they need to be or want to be?…

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