Stanton House appoints two MDs and a chief people officer
Stanton House has appointed Lee Costello and David Fleming as managing directors while onboarding its first chief people officer, Caroline Lansbury.
Costello has been a director at Stanton House for more than eight years having co-founded the company’s Reading office in February 2011. He has watched the regional business grow from strength to strength, moving into its third premises and adding cyber security, finance transformation and human resources to its offering.
Fleming has similarly worked with the business since 2011 and will now take on a breadth of new responsibility and the strategic direction for all of Stanton Houses’ London teams including change and transformation, technology, accounting and finance, finance transformation and senior appointments.
Lansbury recently joined the business having worked for five years as a qualified executive coach on a contract basis for business leaders across a multitude of business disciplines, including Stanton House. She now joins Stanton House permanently as part of the operational board with her main focus on development of the workforce. With more than a decade of experience as a senior manager within the recruitment space herself, she understands all too well the challenges facing todays leaders in this fast-paced, challenging and constantly evolving sector.
Neil Wilson, CEO and co-founder of Stanton House, said, “We are beyond excited to welcome Caroline to the Board and to celebrate the combined 16 years of hard work, devotion and passion that both David and Lee have invested into our business.
“All three will continue to play a leading role in ensuring that we maintain our focus on delivering exceptional customer experiences and in developing our people to be best equipped to succeed in a challenging environment. I look forward to seeing the huge impact they will have on the future growth and success of Stanton House.”
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