• Why you should embrace multigenerational teams
    This post was written by Anjie Cayot, Co-founder & President at Keyot. As business owners, we need the diversity of our workforce to be representative of the diversity of our customer base. That’s the easiest way to identify our customers’ needs. Companies that have grasped this concept are thriving.  Too many large corporations are focused …
  • How to Format a Resume – Help Us Help You!
    We talk to hundreds of great IT professionals every month. We also spend a tremendous amount of time on resume positioning. Not all consulting firms do that, but we do it because we want to effectively pull out your experiences and career interests. We do it to help a hiring manager see how your experiences …
  • Tips For the Job Seeker of a Certain Age
    Age….I was highlighted in the paper recently and the first thing mentioned right behind my name was my age.   I winced.  I work in an industry interviewing people and age isn’t something I can ask candidates about.    I couldn’t help thinking about the relevancy of putting it in the paper.   And just like the candidates …
  • Interview Preparation – Risk Mitigation
    If you are a consultant you know that all planning includes Risk Mitigation.   You give significant thought to all the possible things that can go wrong and plan to ensure they don’t.  Consultants have real strength in this space by experience and training.  Ironically, those skills don’t always translate to their personal interview process.   Over …
  • Spring-Time to Take Stock
    Those in the upper Midwest know the struggles of a long cold winter and appreciate every green bud, ray of sunshine and flower breaking through the earth; we take stock.   We rake and clean up what has been left of winter and dispose of the accumulated debris.  We check for winter’s damage and losses.   …
  • Business Lessons from “The Walking Dead”
    I still can’t believe I am watching a zombie series on Netflix’s.  I don’t like zombies.  They don’t have any redeeming qualities.   That said, I do think we have all had a few walking dead on our teams from time to time; am I right?   There are some classic lessons illustrated beautifully here that carry …