Lead, and be worth following
Be the kind of leader that makes the world a better place.
Being a leader is tough. Being an exceptional one is even tougher. Juggling multiple priorities, developing your people, feeling like you can never do enough – piled on top of the pressure to deliver – the pressure to perform can be, well, overwhelming. Burnout is real and sometimes you wonder how you can keep doing it all.
Hi, I’m Kerry Siggins, and I get how hard it is to be a leader.
How? Because I have been a CEO for over a decade, and I have succumbed to burnout due to constant pressure. I have driven myself (and my team) crazy, made huge mistakes, pushed past what I thought I was capable of, and came out the other side a stronger and better-respected leader. Part of my passion and purpose is to help other leaders do the same.
By sharing experiences through my blog and podcast, I can help you…
Communicate more effectively
Handle conflict like a champ
Develop your team
Find purpose and meaning in your work
My 3-Step Process for Becoming an Exceptional Leader
Most leaders never feel like they’re doing enough. That’s why as a CEO and leadership influencer, I’ve created a simple process for leaders who want to become exceptional at what they do. To become a leader worth following. To feel confident and make a full impact.
Make a commitment to do the work. Put yourself out there, even if it means being vulnerable.
Take a hard look in the mirror and be honest about what you see to develop self-awareness needed to take your leadership to the next level.
Exceptional leaders want to make the world a better place. We need better leaders. Be an impactful leader.
I know that you want to be a successful, impactful leader.
In order to do that, you need to develop the leadership skills to meet the demands of your work and life. The problem is, you are juggling a lot of priorities and the pressure to perform is intense.
You feel like no matter what, it’s never enough, and you’re frustrated by the results.
I believe your team and family need you and your gifts. You can lead yourself and others to their full potential.
I get how lonely it feels at the top. As a CEO of two companies, leadership blogger, and podcast host, I understand both the bright and dark sides of leadership. I’ve experienced it myself. Want to learn more?
“I have been fortunate to be a very close witness to Kerry’s amazing leadership for the past several years. The hallmark of a great leader is the ability to inspire followership, and Kerry is among the best I’ve seen at uniting a world-class team around a big vision and empowering them to act. Three words come to mind when I think about Kerry: Look out, world! You don't want to miss her podcast and blog; you'll learn so much."
Chris Larkins, Partner, CEO at Coaching International
“I find your postings and articles on LinkedIn to be incredibly interesting and useful within our own organization. Not only do you inspire through your leadership, but your advocacy of safety within the waterjet industry strikes a chord with me. I have witnessed how devoted you are to being an AWESOME leader. You are a true inspiration to me!"
Tony Lugard, COO at Ross Reels/Able Reels
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