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Values

Demonstrate Kindness and Decency

We founded Stanton Blackwell to create a different kind of company, one where people really matter. Too often organizations start with good intentions but fail to create an environment that consistently delivers a work experience that invigorates, challenges and satisfies.

So we simplified our values. Everyday we evaluate our performance based on one question, “Did we treat our clients and colleagues with kindness and decency today?” We believe that if we focus on these two values and do our best work, the rest will follow.

Culture

Reliable, Curious, Collaborative, Empowered

Our first priority is to reliably deliver quality work for our clients. We like to work with colleagues who:

  • love to learn and share their knowledge
  • can check their ego at the door
  • treat projects as a collaborative effort
  • thrive on being empowered to be their best

Our principals have a reputation for building diverse teams, dynamic leadership and a strong commitment to professional growth. Stanton Blackwell grew out of a desire to consistently deliver an inspiring work environment, for everyone.

Balance

Hard Work is Only One Aspect of a Successful Life

We don’t believe that being committed to your work is defined by a number of hours. We started this organization with an objective to tap great talent by providing flexibility – including non-traditional talent.

We want strong performers whose work is part of a multidimensional life. Come off the sidelines and join us. We are convinced there are highly skilled individuals waiting out there, ready and willing to consistently give their best effort to our clients.

 

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