REO Group’s Stella Petrou Concha nominated for prestigious award

The co-founder and CEO of the fast-growing REO Group, Stella Petrou Concha, has been nominated for one of the industry’s highest accolades, the SARA. 

 

 

Stella Petrou Concha from Reo Group has been named as a Finalist in the recruitment industry accolade, the 2019 Seek Annual Recruitment Awards.

Nominated in the category of Recruitment Leader of the year, Stella finds herself in the running for one of the industry’s highest honours, commonly known as the SARAs.

She’s among five finalists for the prize, which is scheduled to be announced at the glittering night at Mural Hall in Melbourne on Tuesday, November 19.

“I’m thrilled to have been acknowledged by the industry for the hard work we all do here at REO Group,” Stella said.

 

This category was open to all recruitment professionals at management level, or in a leadership role, with finalists having been judged to have demonstrated the ability to foster relationships, solve problems, communicate effectively, and adapt to change.

The judges were, according to the awards’ official website, “seeking someone who inspires and motivates others, performs to business objectives, and is making an impact within the agency and recruitment sector as a whole.”

 


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“I’m thrilled to have been acknowledged by the industry for the hard work we all do here at REO Group,” Stella said.

“Industry accolades like this are the cherry on top of the highly gratifying and rewarding work we do all year round to put the right people in the right jobs, and I’m delighted to have been named a finalist among my colleagues – all of whom I hold in the utmost respect and regard.”

Stella Petrou Concha is the inspiring Co-Founder, CEO, and driving force behind the fast-growing brand Reo Group.

Through her energy, intuition, and vision, Stella brings a unique and powerfully ‘human’ perspective to the Australian recruitment and consulting industries.

She believes that it is only through facing and overcoming life’s great challenges that individuals can grow and develop, and has built her organisation on the notion that ‘failing forward’ is the key to success.

 

 

 

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