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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.

Latest Episode

Master Your Fear

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....
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EP 21: Advice From a CEO: Great Leaders Make it Safe for People to Speak Up

This week's episode of Reflect Forward: Advice from a CEO is about how great leaders make it safe for employees and teammates to speak up. Being an employee-owned company, we at StoneAge encourage people to speak up…keeping it real is what we call it, and it's part of...
Use Gratitude to Become a Better Version of Yourself

EP 20: Use Gratitude to Become a Better Version of Yourself w/ Chris Schembra

Guest: Chris Schembra is the bestselling author of "Gratitude and Pasta: The Secret Sauce for Human Connection." Forbes ranks his book as the #2 book of 2020 to create Human Connection; USA Today calls him their "Gratitude Guru," and he's a Founding Member of Rolling...
stop taking things so personally; advice from a CEO, Kerry Siggins

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...
Sid Mohasseb is known as The Entrepreneur Philosopher

EP 18: You Are Already an Entrepreneur; Now Learn How to Be a Great One w/ Sid Mohasseb

Guest: Sid Mohasseb is known as The Entrepreneur Philosopher. He is a published author, serial entrepreneur, venture investor, university professor, innovation leader, business thought provoker, and public speaker. At 16, he migrated from Iran to the US without his...
Likeable, Authentic, and Respected: Why Great Leaders Are All Three

EP 17: Likeable, Authentic, and Respected: Why Great Leaders Are All Three

Likeable, authentic, and respected: great leaders are all three. I know I am not supposed to say this, but I'm going to anyway…I want to be liked as a leader. Can you believe I just admitted that? I don't know how many times I've heard people say that you must get...
Lean into your passions and be a brand that gives back

EP 16: Lean into Your Passions and Be a Brand That Gives Back w/ Mike Arzt

Guest: Mike Arzt believes in building a brand that gives back. He is the founder of The Public Works and has been a force of the winter sports industry for over nineteen years, helping shape an industry close to his heart. Mike grew up snowboarding the mountains of...
Six Ways to be a Better Manager

EP 15: Advice From A CEO; Six Ways to Be a Better Manager

Welcome to my first solo episode in my new Reflect Forward Series: Advice From a CEO. Beginning this week, I am going to a new format where one week, I will be posting my interviews with exceptional leaders. Then in the other weeks, I will be answering questions and...
, business leaders can step up and help fix the problems that plague us with Rawi Abdelal

EP 14: How Business Leaders Can Help Fix Our Broken Political and Economic Systems w/ Prof. Rawi Abdelal

Guest: Rawi Abdelal is a Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management at the Harvard School of Business. He's also the director of HBS's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, faculty co-chair of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative,...
How to Build Meaningful Relationship and Business and Life w/ Susan McPherson

EP 13: How to Build Meaningful Relationships in Business and Life w/ Susan McPherson

Guest: Susan McPherson is a serial connector, seasoned communicator, and founder and CEO of McPherson Strategies, a communications consultancy firm focused on the intersection of brands and social impact. She is the author of The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather,...

Latest Episode

Master Your Fear

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....
Great Leaders Make It Safe for People to Speak Up Image

EP 21: Advice From a CEO: Great Leaders Make it Safe for People to Speak Up

This week's episode of Reflect Forward: Advice from a CEO is about how great leaders make it safe for employees and teammates to speak up. Being an employee-owned company, we at StoneAge encourage people to speak up…keeping it real is what we call it, and it's part of...
Use Gratitude to Become a Better Version of Yourself

EP 20: Use Gratitude to Become a Better Version of Yourself w/ Chris Schembra

Guest: Chris Schembra is the bestselling author of "Gratitude and Pasta: The Secret Sauce for Human Connection." Forbes ranks his book as the #2 book of 2020 to create Human Connection; USA Today calls him their "Gratitude Guru," and he's a Founding Member of Rolling...
stop taking things so personally; advice from a CEO, Kerry Siggins

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...
Sid Mohasseb is known as The Entrepreneur Philosopher

EP 18: You Are Already an Entrepreneur; Now Learn How to Be a Great One w/ Sid Mohasseb

Guest: Sid Mohasseb is known as The Entrepreneur Philosopher. He is a published author, serial entrepreneur, venture investor, university professor, innovation leader, business thought provoker, and public speaker. At 16, he migrated from Iran to the US without his...
Likeable, Authentic, and Respected: Why Great Leaders Are All Three

EP 17: Likeable, Authentic, and Respected: Why Great Leaders Are All Three

Likeable, authentic, and respected: great leaders are all three. I know I am not supposed to say this, but I'm going to anyway…I want to be liked as a leader. Can you believe I just admitted that? I don't know how many times I've heard people say that you must get...
Lean into your passions and be a brand that gives back

EP 16: Lean into Your Passions and Be a Brand That Gives Back w/ Mike Arzt

Guest: Mike Arzt believes in building a brand that gives back. He is the founder of The Public Works and has been a force of the winter sports industry for over nineteen years, helping shape an industry close to his heart. Mike grew up snowboarding the mountains of...
Six Ways to be a Better Manager

EP 15: Advice From A CEO; Six Ways to Be a Better Manager

Welcome to my first solo episode in my new Reflect Forward Series: Advice From a CEO. Beginning this week, I am going to a new format where one week, I will be posting my interviews with exceptional leaders. Then in the other weeks, I will be answering questions and...
, business leaders can step up and help fix the problems that plague us with Rawi Abdelal

EP 14: How Business Leaders Can Help Fix Our Broken Political and Economic Systems w/ Prof. Rawi Abdelal

Guest: Rawi Abdelal is a Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management at the Harvard School of Business. He's also the director of HBS's Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, faculty co-chair of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative,...
How to Build Meaningful Relationship and Business and Life w/ Susan McPherson

EP 13: How to Build Meaningful Relationships in Business and Life w/ Susan McPherson

Guest: Susan McPherson is a serial connector, seasoned communicator, and founder and CEO of McPherson Strategies, a communications consultancy firm focused on the intersection of brands and social impact. She is the author of The Lost Art of Connecting: The Gather,...

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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...

EP 15: Advice From A CEO; Six Ways to Be a Better Manager

EP 15: Advice From A CEO; Six Ways to Be a Better Manager

Welcome to my first solo episode in my new Reflect Forward Series: Advice From a CEO. Beginning this week, I am going to a new format where one week, I will be posting my interviews with exceptional leaders. Then in the other weeks, I will be answering questions and...

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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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