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#85: Investing in Yourself & Others with Kerry Siggins Creating Confidence with Heather Monahan

    • Entrepreneurship

How is a leader made? Are leaders born? What needs to be done to become a leader? Kerry Siggins is here to share with us how she answered these questions. This is her incredible journey from lost drug addict to CEO of StoneAge Inc. When Kerry was hired, she was not a leader. She became one by listening to her team. She asked the right questions and worked to put their words into action. She invested in them and in turn, they trusted her. And then to take it to the next level, Kerry invested in herself. 

About the Guest:

Kerry Siggins is a speaker, podcast host, author, blogger, and the CEO of StoneAge Inc, the global leader in the design and manufacturing of high-pressure water blast cleaning tools and robotic equipment used in the industrial cleaning industry. Kerry was named one of Colorado's Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals and was a finalist for Colorado CEO of the Year in 2017. Her articles have been published in various magazines, and her blog is visited by tens of thousands of readers each month. 

Finding Kerry Siggins:
Visit her website: https://www.kerrysiggins.com/
Listen to Industrial Theory and Reflect Forward
Connect with her on LinkedIn
Instagram: @Kerry.Siggins


To inquire about my coaching program opportunity visit https://mentorship.heathermonahan.com/ 

Review this podcast on Apple Podcast using this LINK and when you DM me the screen shot, I buy you my $299 video course as a thank you! 

My book Confidence Creator is available now! get it right HERE

If you are looking for more tips you can download my free E-book at my website and thank you! https://heathermonahan.com 

*If you'd like to ask a question and be featured during the wrap up segment of Creating Confidence, contact Heather Monahan directly through her website and don’t forget to subscribe to the mailing list so you don’t skip a beat to all things Confidence Creating!

 
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How is a leader made? Are leaders born? What needs to be done to become a leader? Kerry Siggins is here to share with us how she answered these questions. This is her incredible journey from lost drug addict to CEO of StoneAge Inc. When Kerry was hired, she was not a leader. She became one by listening to her team. She asked the right questions and worked to put their words into action. She invested in them and in turn, they trusted her. And then to take it to the next level, Kerry invested in herself. 

About the Guest:

Kerry Siggins is a speaker, podcast host, author, blogger, and the CEO of StoneAge Inc, the global leader in the design and manufacturing of high-pressure water blast cleaning tools and robotic equipment used in the industrial cleaning industry. Kerry was named one of Colorado's Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals and was a finalist for Colorado CEO of the Year in 2017. Her articles have been published in various magazines, and her blog is visited by tens of thousands of readers each month. 

Finding Kerry Siggins:
Visit her website: https://www.kerrysiggins.com/
Listen to Industrial Theory and Reflect Forward
Connect with her on LinkedIn
Instagram: @Kerry.Siggins


To inquire about my coaching program opportunity visit https://mentorship.heathermonahan.com/ 

Review this podcast on Apple Podcast using this LINK and when you DM me the screen shot, I buy you my $299 video course as a thank you! 

My book Confidence Creator is available now! get it right HERE

If you are looking for more tips you can download my free E-book at my website and thank you! https://heathermonahan.com 

*If you'd like to ask a question and be featured during the wrap up segment of Creating Confidence, contact Heather Monahan directly through her website and don’t forget to subscribe to the mailing list so you don’t skip a beat to all things Confidence Creating!

 
See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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