SOS Leadership Institute Named FAVE Professional Development Source
Leadership organization awarded at 2013 Austin Young Chamber of Commerce FAVE Awards
AUSTIN, TEXAS—Oct. 21, 2013— Leadership development service SOS Leadership Institute is proud to announce that it was named Austin’s FAVE Professional Development Source at the annual Austin Young Chamber of Commerce (AYC) FAVE awards on Friday, October 18, 2013.
“It was such an amazing honor for us, and we are so grateful to be recognized,” said Billy Moyer, Co-Founder, President and Chief Operating Officer at SOS Leadership. “It is truly a sign of the great work that we do and the support we get from our many raving fans. We are so happy that we are able to help leaders get the most out of themselves and those they lead. We love helping people make a difference.”
The FAVE awards are an annual awards ceremony honoring Austin-area businesses that cater to young professionals.
Austin community members voted for their favorite Austin venture or business across a variety of categories.
Each FAVE category featured a winning company based on highest number of votes.
About SOS Leadership Institute
SOS Leadership Institute is an international leadership development resource center based in Austin, Texas. SOS Leadership provides leadership programs and coaching and training services to leaders all over the world. SOS Leadership was founded in 2008 by Bill and Billy Moyer, a dynamic father/son team. Bill Moyer, an expert on leadership who has managed, trained, and/or coached several thousand business professionals over the past 30 years. The late Paul J. Meyer, a New York Times Bestselling author and founder of the personal development industry, called Moyer “the best executive coach he ever saw.” What sets SOS Leadership apart is our personal commitment to “roll up our sleeves” and partner with our clients as they journey from success to significance. We possess an unwavering belief in human potential and find great joy in motivating our clients to achieve what they never thought possible.