News Release: Rose Moyer joins SOS Leadership Team

January 3, 2017 – Austin, Texas – SOS Leadership is proud to announce that Rose Moyer will be joining the SOS Leadership team full-time starting immediately. Rose has been a Partner at SOS Leadership since its beginning in March 2008. She will now come on full-time as the Chief Community Officer. In her role as Read More …

Like Father Like Son: Meet The President

At seven years old Billy Moyer began his career in the professional development industry making a presentation to a group of 40 franchisees. This was the achievement of a goal he set when he was six. Today, Billy is the President and Chief Operating Officer of SOS Leadership and has spoken to more than 200 organizations Read More …

Is Your Culture Toxic?

I always try to focus on the positives so in a lot of my posts I talk about the importance of creating a Development Culture within an organization. This always leads to questions about other types of culture, and often about what a Toxic Culture looks like. So today I will focus on that question, Read More …

Values, Inc. – A Must Read for all Leaders

Some organizations just flat out get it right when it comes to doing business the right way. The Dwyer Group, based in Waco, Texas is one of them. They understand that people are their most valuable resource and they live by a unique code of values. I recently had the pleasure of reading Values, Inc. written by Dina Read More …

How have your priorities changed?

I realized recently that my priorities have changed quite a bit. How I spend my time has changed as I have gotten older. The things I care about have changed over the past year, four years (since I got married), seven years (since I started SOS Leadership), and so on. Here are some examples of Read More …

Q2 is Here

The calendar has officially moved into April. Isn’t it hard to believe? Wasn’t it just the first day, week, and month of the “new” year? This year started off great didn’t it? You wrote down goals for the year and you immediately started taking action on those goals. It was going to be your best year Read More …

What is your Passion?

Last week, SOS Leadership sponsored a great event for women in Austin at Concordia University Texas. More than 200 women came to hear from four great speakers. Although the event was for women, I attended to represent SOS Leadership. It is impossible to go to something like that and not take something positive away. After Read More …

Who Let You Down?

It takes a lot of courage to be a leader. To step up and step out in front of the crowd and take whatever comes at you for the purpose of building up others. Leadership really is an awesome responsibility. But what happens when, as a leader, your people (followers) let you down? We all Read More …

Vision through Darkness

Last week I attended a great event in  Waco, Texas hosted by the Waco Women’s Lions Club. It was called Dinner in the Dark. It was a fundraiser for Leader Dogs for the Blind, a nonprofit that helps those who are visually impaired and provides on-site training with the animals. My wife and I, along Read More …

Do You Love What You Do?

Earlier this week, I spoke at a Leadership Conference and Retreat for the Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals. I had the honor of serving this organization and their attendees with the opening keynote of the conference. I also was able to close out the day with another presentation. It was a long day Read More …