We understand that the word recruitment is not just about only acquiring the
right talent, but onboarding them for the right task at the right time.
The process we follow is not about measuring quantitative and tangible
aspects of a candidate but about

analyzing the individual, and the intangible, and inner competencies they hold as well.


In a world where we frequently experience constant changes and diverse
opportunities, a sense of stability has to be established.

KeyPartners follows a
designated framework of
I/We/It to build this stability.

I/We/It supports large-scale social changes and leadership practices.
Our framework draws inspiration from the works of Ken Wilber and the “integral theory”.

We start with I, which embodies a leader’s individual mindsets, skills, and values but from a collaborative context to solve large-scale problems.

The following entity is We, which encompasses the leaders’ collective visions, values, relationships, organizations, and networks.

This is where the unity forms, leading us to the last point in the framework, It.

It is the impact I and We, we aim to create. These are the social, professional, and personal changes that the framework and its operators, KeyPartners, hope to achieve. Using this framework, KeyPartners helps leaders study new skill sets to mold themselves and their organizations.