What Makes a Gr8 Leader?

Today marks the start of a new blog series entitled What Makes a Gr8 Leader. Join us on this journey every week as guest bloggers share their thoughts on what they believe makes a Gr8 leader. Today’s guest blogger is Chris Mann.  When I think of leadership I think of many different things.  Sometimes what 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 …

Milestones

Kassi Kincaid is a sophomore at Concordia University Texas. She is a business major currently serving as a Senator of the Business College and Student Worker in charge of Speaker Series. Some days are extra special. They serve as milestones along ones journey. December 5, 2013 was such a day for me. The College of Read More …

Communicate Like The Leader you Are

Tomorrow I’m facilitating a webinar for the Texas MBA+ Leadership Program entitled, “Communicate Like the Leader You Are.” As I’ve been preparing for this webinar, I have thought a lot about why this topic is so important. The reality is that many leaders communicate primarily from their own comfort zones and often expect the audience to keep Read More …

3 Leadership Lessons I’ve Learned in the Post Grad Life

Danny De Los Santos is a Marketing & Communications Coordinator at ACTIVE Life. He is a recent graduate of St. Edward’s University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. I graduated from St. Edward’s University in December of 2012 and was fortunate enough to find a job that enabled me to keep living in Read More …

An Update of My Leadership Journey

It’s hard to believe that I’ve only been with SOS since January of this year, it seems like much longer. When I first applied for the opportunity to be SOS Leadership’s PR intern I honestly did not know what to expect. The only internship experience I had was with a start-up company that gave me Read More …