• Here’s what a Keyot talent acquisition/candidate relationship looks like
    This post was written by Molly Sterenchuck, Senior Recruiter. During this work-at-home phase of the coronavirus pandemic, Keyot’s talent acquisition team has been blessed with a generosity of spirit and time with our candidates. This gift of time has magnified our ability to invest in what Keyot does best: get to know our talent beyond …
  • 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.   …
  • Consultant Credo
    I was talking to an experienced and highly talented consultant the other day. In the course of the conversation, he listed for me lessons learned over the years that sounded much like a “Consultant’s Credo” to a long successful career. It went something like this: • Treat all levels in the organization as a valuable …
  • Social Graces When Social Networking
    Whether you are actively or passively looking for a new or better career opportunity, it is important to acclimate yourself to some new tools and technologies – specifically Social Networking. As a recruiter, I can’t read a blog or attend a conference without Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and social networking sites being mentioned and highlighted. Have …