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A leader will find it difficult to articulate a coherent vision unless he expresses his core values, his basic must first embark on a journey of self discovery in order to create a vision with an authentic soul. "Invictus Leadership" is one of those many journey's.

"I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul"


“Sunny’s whimsical skills of battering together a wonderful outbound/experiential leadership program, was a pure delight for the soul. We not only learned about leadership through Invictus, but most importantly we learned more about ourselves. Sunny has helped each of us individually open our eyes and look beyond what we see – dream bigger, reach higher, and believe in yourself. It was a truly refreshing experience and is only the beginning of a magical self-seeking journey. We are forever grateful to Sunny and his team for helping us find our paths in this journey.”

Eman Al Sharif




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Testimonial for Ether Ventures from the CEO of The Family office Co; June 2011:

We recently engaged Sqn Ldr Sunny Ahuja and his team from Ether Ventures to carry out 2 outbound/experiential events for The Family Office in Bangalore and Bahrain. The team exceeded our expectations in both the design and implementation of the events. They were extremely knowledgeable and flexible, able to completely customize the event to enable it to be held in Bahrain, where due to the weather, all activities needed to be done indoors. 

Throughout both of the two day events, they kept all of our staff fully engaged. The training method Ether Ventures uses is experiential learning meaning that the focus is not specifically on the theory behind the activities. Sunny and his team are experts in the debriefing sessions and were able to reinforce the key learning points as well as facilitate honest and constructive feedback sessions within the group.


I would recommend Ether Ventures for training events both on a local and international level and TFO will certainly be engaging them in the future.



Abdulmohsin Al Omran