SOS Leadership inducted to AYC FAVE Hall of Fame

This year SOS Leadership was inducted into the Austin Young Chamber (AYC) FAVE Hall of Fame. AYC was created in July of 2009 and their mission is to develop and connect young professionals in Austin to create business, community and individual success. This includes fostering professional growth and skill development through exposure to community and business leaders, while Read More …

What Makes a Gr8 Leader?

Today’s guest blogger is Bill Moyer. Join us on this journey every week as guest bloggers share their thoughts on what they believe makes a Gr8 leader.  Have you ever wondered why some people are more successful than others? Why some people are able to achieve greatness in their lives and do the things that they want Read More …

Success Transformation

The road to success is to completely and intentionally transform yourself from the person that you are today to the person that you are called to become. This success journey means risking the success that you already have and moving toward the impossible.  The power to make the impossible happen has nothing to do with Read More …

Nothing Soft about “Soft Skills”

Often when I talk about the work we do at SOS Leadership, C-level executives and HR professionals will reply with something like this, “Oh, your company helps with soft skills.” The fact that “soft skills” has become a common phrase drives me nuts. Why, you ask? Because there is NOTHING SOFT ABOUT SOFT SKILLS! What’s Read More …

Be Jack!

In our new book, The Turnaround  we talk about turning around the results of an organization by turning around the culture. This can only be done through effective leadership at the top that spreads throughout the company. The book is written as a story about a struggling organization that brings in a new CEO to Read More …

The Turnaround: If You Don’t Grow, You Go!

Organizations are always focused on growth. But they are usually more concerned with revenue growth than that of their employees. When it comes to shaping their culture, they often focus on relaxed dress codes, break rooms with games and free drinks, and other material things that are only positive when results are good. An organizations Read More …

Working on Other People’s Goals

Today’s post is from SOS Leadership’s Chairman and CEO, Bill Moyer.  At SOS Leadership, we share this message regularly with clients: “You are always working on goals. It’s your choice whether they are your goals or someone else’s.” When we don’t have our own clearly defined goals, we get sucked into helping others achieve their Read More …

Lead Like Dad

SOS Leadership is a family business. It is a business that I started with the greatest leader I have ever known, my dad Bill Moyer. There are so many examples of leadership that I could talk about pertaining to my dad, but something that happened recently really stands out. A couple weeks ago, my wife Read More …