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[The Men Who Support the Women] Put Yourself in an Environment Where You Can Thrive

Matt Iseri is the Founder, President, and CEO of TokuSaku Consulting, a management and technology consulting company driving best-in-class solutions through innovative approaches. He is also the Co-founder of TokuSaku (TS) Solutions, which offers technology solutions for business impact. Having spent over 20 years in the process and project management spaces, Matt has experience in multiple disciplines and industries, including technology, financial services, and healthcare. He was awarded the 40 Under Forty award by the Puget Sound Business Journal and serves on several boards.

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Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Matt Iseri shares his catalyst for founding TokuSaku Consulting
  • What is the meaning of TokuSaku?
  • The genesis of TS Solutions
  • How Matt supports female leaders in business
  • Matt’s history and involvement with Judo
  • Judo’s application in personal and professional life

In this episode…

Women are underrepresented in every industry across the globe. How can you uplift female leaders to thrive in their roles and achieve their full potential?

To fulfill diversity quotas, women are often hired intentionally for leadership positions. Instead, company executives should identify a potential candidate’s promising qualities and provide them with personal and professional development opportunities. As the father of three young girls and a disciplined Judo competitor, Matt Iseri affirms the sport’s value in building character and cultivating a supportive environment. He has noticed that more women gravitate to Judo to develop mental toughness.

Tune in to this episode of the Lead Like a Woman Show as Andrea Heuston invites Matt Iseri, the Founder, President, and CEO of TokuSaku Consulting and the Co-founder of TS Solutions. Together, they discuss the importance of a supportive environment for women. Matt also explains how Judo cultivates self-discipline, his straightforward approach to supporting women in business, and the definition of TokuSaku.

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