Dynamic and Inspiring Podcast Guest: Kerry Siggins
Kerry Siggins will inspire your audience and provide practical tips on how to be a better leader and person. Her powerful journey from rock bottom to becoming a CEO is one of resilience, grit, and humility. Through Kerry’s influential storytelling and unique perspective on life and leadership, your guests will leave better equipped to deal with challenges they face and inspired to create new opportunities for themselves.
Potential Podcast Topics
How to Bounce Back When Life Punches You in the Face
How to Turn Your Flaws into a Superpower
How to Build a Unstoppable Team and Company
How To Build a Culture No One Can Compete With
How to Have Difficult Conversations
How to Grow and Scale Your Company
Why Employee-Ownership Can Change Your Company – and the World
How to Change Your Life When You Are Stuck
Potential Questions to Ask Kerry
How do you turn your flaws into a superpower?
How do you bounce back from mistakes and setbacks?
Why do you believe in radical transparency?
How do you help others find their voices so they too can be radically transparent?
How do you create a culture where it’s safe to speak up?
What is employee-ownership and why do you believe it’s revolutionary?
How do you build a culture that no one can compete with?
What has made you a better leader?
Why are you passionate about helping leaders grow and develop?
“Kerry was a guest on TMT Time in 2021, and in particular, she was part of our “Start up Sutra” series focusing on entrepreneurism and leadership. She was fantastic as we explored how to build out a company through M&A transactions, the struggles and successes facing women leaders, and her approach to team building and employee empowerment. I highly recommend her as a guest and as a leader!”
Evan Rothstein, Partner at Arnold & Porter and host of TMT Time Podcast
"Having Kerry on my show was one of the most connected episodes we've produced. I can tell a difference between a guest with a hidden agenda, and a guest willing to go all in. Her answers were relatable to our audience, and many wrote in saying how much inspiration they found through Kerry's story. Her story isn't perfect, and that's what makes it beautiful. Thanks for the heart opening chat!"
Christopher Schembra – USA Today’s “Gratitude Guru” Columnist at Rolling Stone