Keynote Search is proud to announce that Sabrina Ezard will serve as the company's official Real Estate Partner. Sabrina brings a wealth of experience in residential property transactions and has found homes for numerous professionals who relocate for their work.
Research shows that the best leaders are the ones that are willing to do good to lead well.
In an effort to reduce our carbon footprint and operate an eco-friendly business, Keynote Group is proud to announce that we have banned the use of plastic bottles in our office. We have made the move to Flow Water, a Canadian naturally high alkaline spring water with a focus on sustainability.
As a former recipient of a Business Woman of the Year Award (BYAs) in 2018, Donna Baker will be passing the torch to a new recipient. The 12 finalists, comprised of successful female leaders and professionals, for this years BYA awards were announced and presented at a cocktail celebration at Lago on February 26th, 2019.
Jenny Zhang, Keynote's Senior Talent Associate, was proud to attend and support Welch LLP's Women in Technology - Levelling the Playing Field lunch at the Rideau Club on February 26th, 2019.
We are honoured and pleased to announce that Keynote Group is the recipient of two awards in Corporate Vision’s 2019 Canadian Business Awards! The first, “Most Innovative Executive Search Agency - Ontario” and the second being “Award for Excellence in Employee Development - Ontario”.
Recently, Keynote Group’s CEO, James Baker was a featured business leader in Klipfolio’s blog “Data hacks from the pros: business leaders who are killing the decision making game”.
The Keynote Group office is always filled with endless client meetings, candidate interviews and phone calls. However, today our team decided to hit the pause button for a few hours to participate in a morning dedicated to #BellLetsTalk.
Keynote Search was proud to attend and help support the Ottawa Senators Foundation to raise funds to invest in programs and initiatives that promote both physical and mental wellness for kids in our community.