It's an exciting time in aged care, and especially for Amana Living, as Stephanie Buckland takes over the CEO role from Ray Glickman.
As Stephanie and Ray work together for a two-week handover period, WA Business News saw an opportunity to get the two leaders together to discuss the future of care and services for over-55s. During the interview, Stephanie said of Amana Living:
"Everything I have heard has been positive about the organisation's culture, in particular the focus on caring for the residents, the clients, and doing that in a very creative and innovative way, and I think that is going to be very important. Increasingly there will be competition in the industry and we have customers becoming more discerning."
If you are a Business News subscriber, you can read the full article here: Leadership transition's creative edge
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