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Reflect Forward: Conversations on Leadership with Kerry Siggins is about leadership experience sharing. We all become better leaders when we connect with others’ stories and learn from their successes and mistakes. The only way to do this is to hear from vulnerable, open, and authentic leaders. Listen today to connect with accomplished leaders from around the world! Be inspired by their expertise, insight, and stories of success and failure. This podcast will undoubtedly help you on your journey to becoming a better version of yourself as a leader.

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Advice From a CEO: How to Address and Avoid Burnout

Burnout is real and we are experiencing it like never before. It's the main factor in why people are leaving jobs at record-setting paces. In this week's episode of Reflect Forward, I share my feelings of burnout and how by modeling self-care, listening to employees,...
The Power of Breaking Rules and Being the Chief Troublemaker Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward

The Power of Breaking Rules and Being a Chief Troublemaker w/ Shelley Zalis

Guest: Shelley Zalis, the Chief Troublemaker, is an internationally renowned thought leader, movement maker, and champion of equality. She is a pioneer for online research, becoming the first female chief executive ranked in the research industry’s top 25. She has...
find your purpose kerry siggins

Advice From a CEO: How to Find Your Purpose

What is your purpose? How do you find meaning in what you do so that you can make a lasting impact? How do you find your purpose? In this episode of Reflect Forward: Advice From a CEO, I talk about how to go about finding your personal purpose. To develop purpose,...
Kizzy Parks What I learned selling golf balls to golfers

What I Learned from Selling Golf Balls Back to Golfers w/ Dr. Kizzy Parks

Guest: Kizzy Parks is the Founder of GovCon Winners and KPC, Inc. As a kid, she would clean golf balls located in an alley behind a friend's house and resell them through a fence to golfers, and then used the money to buy candy bars. Crazy to think she started out...
A Story About Truth Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward Podcast

Advice From A CEO: A Story About Truth, Manipulation, and Questioning Your Thoughts

In this week's episode of Advice From a CEO on Reflect Forward, I share a story about an email exchange between two BMX moms that made me reflect on my own advice about speaking up, keeping it real, and being invested in relationships and outcomes with people I don't...
How To Be An Extraordinary Leader w/Daphna Horowitz

How To Be An Extraordinary Leader w/Daphna Horowitz

Guest: Daphna Horowitz is a sought-after CEO Coach and trusted business advisor who works with clients around the globe to create the extraordinary and build future leaders in their business. Working as an actuary in a large consulting firm, she learned the importance...
amplify your message Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward Podcast

Advice From A CEO: How to Amplify Your Message

I love speaking and writing about employee ownership and how to be the kind of leader who inspires ownership thinking. I am passionate about creating a company that gives back to its employees and the world. I believe that leaders need to take a stand and amplify...
Solving the People Problem Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward Podcast

How to Solve Your People Problem w/ Brett Cooper

Guest: Brett is the visionary President of Integris Performance Advisors, a professional development firm he co-founded to help leaders create healthier organizations and dynamic, inclusive cultures. Brett is a frequent speaker on topics related to Team Dynamics,...
Motivate Your Employees Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward Podcast

Advice From a CEO: How to Motivate Your Employees

"Management is nothing more than motivating other people," said Lee Iacocca, who served as CEO of Chrysler Corp. in the 1980s. Sounds easy, right? Hardly. There is nothing easy about managing others. Lee is correct, though; great managers have an uncanny ability to...
Disrupt Yourself Reflect Forward Podcast Kerry Siggins

EP 28: How to Disrupt Yourself to Master Change and Grow Faster w/ Whitney Johnson

Guest: Whitney Johnson wants to help you disrupt yourself. She is the CEO of WLJ Advisors and one of the 50 leading business thinkers in the world, as named by Thinkers50. She is an expert in helping high-growth organizations develop high-growth individuals. Whitney...

Latest Episode

Photo Advice From a CEO Addressing Burnout

Advice From a CEO: How to Address and Avoid Burnout

Burnout is real and we are experiencing it like never before. It's the main factor in why people are leaving jobs at record-setting paces. In this week's episode of Reflect Forward, I share my feelings of burnout and how by modeling self-care, listening to employees,...
The Power of Breaking Rules and Being the Chief Troublemaker Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward

The Power of Breaking Rules and Being a Chief Troublemaker w/ Shelley Zalis

Guest: Shelley Zalis, the Chief Troublemaker, is an internationally renowned thought leader, movement maker, and champion of equality. She is a pioneer for online research, becoming the first female chief executive ranked in the research industry’s top 25. She has...
find your purpose kerry siggins

Advice From a CEO: How to Find Your Purpose

What is your purpose? How do you find meaning in what you do so that you can make a lasting impact? How do you find your purpose? In this episode of Reflect Forward: Advice From a CEO, I talk about how to go about finding your personal purpose. To develop purpose,...
Kizzy Parks What I learned selling golf balls to golfers

What I Learned from Selling Golf Balls Back to Golfers w/ Dr. Kizzy Parks

Guest: Kizzy Parks is the Founder of GovCon Winners and KPC, Inc. As a kid, she would clean golf balls located in an alley behind a friend's house and resell them through a fence to golfers, and then used the money to buy candy bars. Crazy to think she started out...
A Story About Truth Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward Podcast

Advice From A CEO: A Story About Truth, Manipulation, and Questioning Your Thoughts

In this week's episode of Advice From a CEO on Reflect Forward, I share a story about an email exchange between two BMX moms that made me reflect on my own advice about speaking up, keeping it real, and being invested in relationships and outcomes with people I don't...
How To Be An Extraordinary Leader w/Daphna Horowitz

How To Be An Extraordinary Leader w/Daphna Horowitz

Guest: Daphna Horowitz is a sought-after CEO Coach and trusted business advisor who works with clients around the globe to create the extraordinary and build future leaders in their business. Working as an actuary in a large consulting firm, she learned the importance...
amplify your message Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward Podcast

Advice From A CEO: How to Amplify Your Message

I love speaking and writing about employee ownership and how to be the kind of leader who inspires ownership thinking. I am passionate about creating a company that gives back to its employees and the world. I believe that leaders need to take a stand and amplify...
Solving the People Problem Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward Podcast

How to Solve Your People Problem w/ Brett Cooper

Guest: Brett is the visionary President of Integris Performance Advisors, a professional development firm he co-founded to help leaders create healthier organizations and dynamic, inclusive cultures. Brett is a frequent speaker on topics related to Team Dynamics,...
Motivate Your Employees Kerry Siggins Reflect Forward Podcast

Advice From a CEO: How to Motivate Your Employees

"Management is nothing more than motivating other people," said Lee Iacocca, who served as CEO of Chrysler Corp. in the 1980s. Sounds easy, right? Hardly. There is nothing easy about managing others. Lee is correct, though; great managers have an uncanny ability to...
Disrupt Yourself Reflect Forward Podcast Kerry Siggins

EP 28: How to Disrupt Yourself to Master Change and Grow Faster w/ Whitney Johnson

Guest: Whitney Johnson wants to help you disrupt yourself. She is the CEO of WLJ Advisors and one of the 50 leading business thinkers in the world, as named by Thinkers50. She is an expert in helping high-growth organizations develop high-growth individuals. Whitney...

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All Episodes

Advice From a CEO: How to Address and Avoid Burnout

Advice From a CEO: How to Address and Avoid Burnout

Burnout is real and we are experiencing it like never before. It's the main factor in why people are leaving jobs at record-setting paces. In this week's episode of Reflect Forward, I share my feelings of burnout and how by modeling self-care, listening to employees,...

Advice From a CEO: How to Find Your Purpose

Advice From a CEO: How to Find Your Purpose

What is your purpose? How do you find meaning in what you do so that you can make a lasting impact? How do you find your purpose? In this episode of Reflect Forward: Advice From a CEO, I talk about how to go about finding your personal purpose. To develop purpose,...

How To Be An Extraordinary Leader w/Daphna Horowitz

How To Be An Extraordinary Leader w/Daphna Horowitz

Guest: Daphna Horowitz is a sought-after CEO Coach and trusted business advisor who works with clients around the globe to create the extraordinary and build future leaders in their business. Working as an actuary in a large consulting firm, she learned the importance...

Advice From A CEO: How to Amplify Your Message

Advice From A CEO: How to Amplify Your Message

I love speaking and writing about employee ownership and how to be the kind of leader who inspires ownership thinking. I am passionate about creating a company that gives back to its employees and the world. I believe that leaders need to take a stand and amplify...

How to Solve Your People Problem w/ Brett Cooper

How to Solve Your People Problem w/ Brett Cooper

Guest: Brett is the visionary President of Integris Performance Advisors, a professional development firm he co-founded to help leaders create healthier organizations and dynamic, inclusive cultures. Brett is a frequent speaker on topics related to Team Dynamics,...

Advice From a CEO: How to Motivate Your Employees

Advice From a CEO: How to Motivate Your Employees

"Management is nothing more than motivating other people," said Lee Iacocca, who served as CEO of Chrysler Corp. in the 1980s. Sounds easy, right? Hardly. There is nothing easy about managing others. Lee is correct, though; great managers have an uncanny ability to...

EP 27: Advice From a CEO: How to Handle and Emotional Employee

EP 27: Advice From a CEO: How to Handle and Emotional Employee

Human beings are messy, emotional creatures. We all feel anxiety, anger, fear, and defensiveness at points in our lives and often, we give in to these strong emotions. It gets even messier when we have emotional outbursts in the workplace, which can happen quite...

EP 26: Who Says Lawyers Aren’t Great Leaders w/ Phil Weiser

EP 26: Who Says Lawyers Aren’t Great Leaders w/ Phil Weiser

Guest: Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser was sworn in as the State’s 39th Attorney General on January 8, 2019. As the State’s chief legal officer, Phil is committed to protecting the people of Colorado and building an innovative and collaborative organization that...

EP25: Advice From a CEO: Don’t Be Afraid to Speak Up

EP25: Advice From a CEO: Don’t Be Afraid to Speak Up

I have been giving talks to corporate leadership teams, including my own, on how to make it safe for people on their teams to speak up. Leaders are often in a position of power, and it's hard for employees to speak their minds in fear of the fallout. In one of my...

EP 22: Master Your Fear to Overcome Setbacks w/ Brandon Webb

EP 22: Master Your Fear to Overcome Setbacks w/ Brandon Webb

Guest: Brandon Webb is a combat–decorated Navy SEAL sniper turned entrepreneur who has built two brands into an eight-figure business. As a US Navy Chief, he was head instructor at the Navy SEAL sniper school, which produced some of America's most legendary snipers....

EP 19: Advice From a CEO: Stop Taking Things So Personally

EP 19: Advice From a CEO: Stop Taking Things So Personally

I once was told that taking things personally is one of the most selfish things a person could do. This statement stuck with me, and I found myself sharing it often. Not wanting to be a hypocrite (or selfish), I decided I had better start paying more attention to...

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Hosted by Kerry Siggins, CEO of StoneAge, Inc, Industrial Theory is a podcast created specifically for the industrial cleaning industry. Kerry will speak with the industry’s most interesting and impactful leaders and doers about a wide range of topics including leadership, safety, technology, and training.

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