Founded in November 2010, our team at Stanton Chase Moscow is comprised of Partners who have a long history of working together to meet client expectations and identify the best candidate for any given assignment. Established professionals, each contributing a wealth of local and international executive search and HR Consultancy experience, our Partners offer an unparalleled level of expertise in managing executive appointments in the Russian market.
As ambitious professionals constantly seek to progress and land their ideal executive position, market and business environments constantly shift and new experiences and approaches emerge. As a result of an individual’s expanding experience, his ideal position becomes clearer within his own mind and he becomes more aware of priorities which really matter. In executive search, a job well done is associated with identifying these professionals and linking them with clients looking to fill positions that will address their needs and priorities, in turn addressing the needs and priorities of our clients as well.
Although specific industry expertise remains a key factor of our executive search process, we are always looking beyond this element to identify individual traits for each potential candidate. By casting a wider net, we increase our ability to successfully pair our client with a candidate who possesses the right managerial capabilities, the tools to seamlessly integrate with the team and a willingness to bring forth new ideas to help meet expectations and fulfill personal values.
Making compromises is not an option; instead, we crave to find the perfect manager for each of our clients.
Our goal is to find a manager who will fit harmoniously into a specific team and work productively within its business environment. It is our firm belief that this manager cannot be found using standard methods and one specific industry search. In addition to practical experience, identifying such a manager requires:
All of our clients are unique, as such; we seek to find unique managers to aptly fill unique positions.
The regions of Central Eastern Europe (CEE) and South Eastern Europe (SEE) have been amongst the most interesting growth markets worldwide over the last two decades. This development was reflected in the professional development of the executive market and in the continuous demand for talented managers. In the beginning, companies demanded expatriates. However, in the meantime, a new, highly educated and performance-oriented executive generation has established itself in the Eastern Europe region.
Stanton Chase International is a pioneer in executive search in the CEE and SEE regions and has accompanied this development since its beginning in the ’90s. Stanton Chase currently has 11 offices in the CEE and SEE regions. Some of these offices are located in traditional “regional hubs,” such as Vienna and Athens while others are situated in large regional trade centers, including Moscow and Istanbul. Still others cover main capitals, such as Belgrade, Bucharest, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague, Sofia and Warsaw. The CEE and SEE regions are a key part of the Stanton Chase network, one of the world’s largest executive search firms with more than 70 offices around the globe, unified by common standards, commitment to excellence and client approach.
Our consultants working in the CEE and SEE regions are among the industry’s most experienced and boast many years of successful consulting practice to international and local clients in all aspects of executive search. Offices in the region cooperate closely and follow a concept of cross-border industry specialization while still maintaining local market insight. This puts Stanton Chase is in a position to deliver quick results while preserving the highest quality standards.
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Chief Executive Officers from Russian companies are generally upbeat about the current state of Russia's economy, but a large proportion have only moderate expectations for its future development prospects, a study conducted by executive search firm Stanton Chase International found.