Join Michelle Roberts and her guest Ryan Iwamoto as they talk about how important leading with purpose is and specific tactics on how 24 Hour Home Care has made purpose visible within and outside of thier organization.
They talk about the opportunity he found when facing his own experience and helping the growing elderly population. Even in his former career in the health care service sector, Ryan and his family still struggled with finding care for their grandmother. With that experience, he knew well that there was a problem that can be solved. In this episode, listen as Ryan explains how business purpose can be made visible and personal to each individual. How it can serve as a guide, and why team involvement makes a difference in decision making. As a leader, he stands with the saying, “a lot more is lost by indecision than wrong decisions.”
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About Ryan Iwamoto: Ryan Iwamoto is the President and co-founder of 24 Hour Home Care, one of the largest privately-owned non-medical home care companies in the country. Iwamoto is responsible for senior care operations, strategy, business development, and innovation.
Iwamoto attributes his success to creating great interpersonal relationships, which has led to significant company growth and exclusive partnerships with organizations including Uber, GrubHub, UCLA Health, Cedars-Sinai, Stanford Health Care, the Department of Veteran Affairs, Kaiser Permanente, and the American Red Cross. He was named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017.
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