Discover Why We’re the Top Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Executive Search Firm
At Stanton Chase, we have an important role to play in helping our clients build diverse leadership teams.
Clients engage us to address the growing importance of diversity in their employee population. Companies that incorporate inclusion strategies in their business have stronger financial performance and provide greater shareholder value. Stanton Chase has a strong track record in diversity search assignments and embraces the global reality of diversity and inclusion.
The definition of diversity & inclusion may vary by geography, culture and industry, but diversity & inclusion is ultimately about embracing an array of perspectives which drives business performance. Having a diverse, inclusive, and well-balanced leadership team is the most successful way to attract and retain the broadest group of clients and the strongest workforce.
We define “diversity” as the mix of people, including differences in gender, race, ethnicity, national cultures, subcultures within countries, sexual orientation, disability (visible or invisible) and age and generation. It also includes other differences such as service line, background or education. There is tremendous value in embracing everyone’s unique perspective in order to create an environment of inclusion through diversity of thought.
“Inclusiveness” is about making the mix of our diverse perspectives work — by teaming and leading inclusively — to achieve better results. It is about creating an environment where each individual feels valued, is valued, and inspired to perform at their individual best and deliver exceptional client service.
Stanton Chase is a proud member of the 30% Clubs in Australia, Canada, the U.S. and the UK. The 30% Clubs are an international affiliation of businesses taking voluntary steps towards the goal of achieving a minimum of 30 percent of women on Boards.
We are happy to share with you our unique approach and look forward to partnering with you to increase your business through expanded diversity and inclusion initiatives.