Bill Moyer has invested over 35 years defining “What Matters Most” as a focus, rather than a question, in this ever-changing world. This focus generates organizational clarity and builds a results-based Development Culture. He is the Chairman and CEO of SOS Leadership Institute, an international leadership development resource center that seeks to develop leaders that make a difference.
Before founding SOS Leadership, Bill spent 23 years as a senior executive in the Paul J. Meyer Companies, including Leadership Management International, Success Motivation International, Church Growth International, My-Tyme, Inc., and Creative Education Institute. He has been a successful entrepreneur, building five startup companies and has served as a turn-around specialist for multiple companies in distress. He has been an executive coach to many corporate CEOs and executives. The late Paul J. Meyer, founder of the personal development industry called Bill “the best executive coach he ever saw.” He also spent a year and a half as the executive director of the National Fellowship of Catholic Men helping to turn around the organization.
Bill has spoken to business leaders in 36 countries and 49 states on effective leadership, organizational change and culture, and other personal development subjects. He has authored more than 50 articles in business publications. He is regarded as an expert in "What Matters Most" for business leaders...achieving long-term, sustainable growth through ethical leadership. He has managed, trained, and/or coached several thousand business professionals over the past 35 years.
Bill wrote his first book, Seeds of Success: A Journey from Success to Significance with his son and co-founder of SOS Leadership, Billy, and together they also hosted “It’s Your Call” on Relevant Radio 970AM in Austin, Texas. Bill is also the co-author of Retreat to Success: Living You Life on “Purpose”, The Turnaround: If You Don’t Grow, You Go! and his new book, Beware of Alligators and Ugly Stuff. He resides in Waco, Texas, with his wife Rose of over thirty-eight years. He has four children and seven grandchildren.
As a speaker, Bill has the unique ability to simplify complexity. This allows him to connect with almost any audience along with his ability to tailor his message about growth and leadership.