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 …

Leadership Lessons from Failures

This is the first post in our new blog series about lessons learned from failures. Over the next couple months we will have guest posts every week from some truly impressive people who will share their insights with our readers. Please come back every Friday and follow the series. The first post comes to us 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 …

Are You the Lid?

I have seen a lot of organizations fail because of poor leadership. I truly believe that this is the main reason any company fails. The blame tends to fall elsewhere, but if your organization is failing you may want to look in the mirror to find the person responsible. Often I believe leaders forget that Read More …

Gr8 Women Leaders Reflection — Establishing What Matters Most to ME

Today’s blog comes from, Bailey Bounds, one of the SOS Gr8 Women Leaders. I joined the Gr8 Women Leaders program in August as a way to grow as a leader and develop who I am both professionally and personally.  In the mere three months I’ve been in the program, I’ve already gained a stronger understanding of what Read More …

Finish the Race

“Long after the crowd had left and the cameras had moved, a lone runner entered the stadium to complete the 26-mile-long marathon, in the 1968 Mexico City Olympics. Injured earlier in the race during a fall, he stumbled along, more than an hour after the others had finished. Hurling himself to the finish line, John Read More …

Attitude is Everything

I consider myself to be a lifelong learner. I am committed to my own personal growth and am always trying to learn more about the things I am passionate about. One of the important lessons I have learned in my life is that a positive attitude is imperative to not just success, but more importantly Read More …

Learning to Seize the Moment

Today, Monique Moreno continues to take us through her leadership journey in part 3 of 5 of her leadership blog series. She is covering her leadership journey as she attempts to survive in this 21st century technological jungle. Carpe Diem. “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do Read More …