How I solved my Employee Engagement Frustration

Over the last few months, people have asked me, why Soul-Inspired-Leadership, why now?

Working as a coach, two aspects of that work have been frustrating. Don’t get me wrong, I love coaching executives to help them become better leaders, but frustrated none the less. Coaching is my passion because I know that by being a better leader their employees will have a happier, more enjoyable working life. That’s my true aha moment.

Soul-Inspired-Leadership was borne from this desire to find a solution for my frustrations. Together with my co-founder Antoinette Biehlmeier I believe we have the right recipe to have more contented employees. Now that’s what I call a great outcome.

The first frustration is not being omnipresent: While coaching, I wish sometimes that I could be a ‘fly on the wall’ to support my coachee when I am physically not there and give them encouragement. The more support there is, the quicker the leader develops. With the use of our great technology we have created a product to be literally this ‘fly on the wall’.

Now my second frustration is about numbers: It’s just the time factor that limits the number of managers I can help to become better leaders. I know that the more quality leaders we have, the more contented employees we have. Therefore, we will be offering our products to other coaches to help them in their similar quest.

Today I have at my disposal products and services, that not only make my coaching more robust but by offering our range to other coaches we can solve both my frustrations. Something that truly drives me onwards. Check them out on

In summary, drawing on what I have learned in my 17 years of executive coaching, plus Antoinette’s experience in the complementary health industry, and finally the addition of groundbreaking technology, we know we can move the employee engagement trendline upwards.

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About the author, Ross

Behavioural leadership coach committed to bringing more soul into business and reducing a leader's stress in managing their people

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