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MAR 2017

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2 MARCH 2017 CORENET GLOBAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS YOUR LEADERSHIP MAKES THE DIFFERENCE. DIRECTORS EDITOR Tim Venable MANAGING EDITOR Molly A. Badgett CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Monique Arkesteijn Franklin Becker Jay Biggins Michelle Comerford Maureen Ehrenberg Tiffany English Eric Graham Peter Halliday David Horowitz Michael Joroff ART DIRECTOR Steve Nowak ADVERTISING MANAGERS Tim Abrams Matt Dirks Michael Mooney EDITORIAL OFFICES CoreNet Global 133 Peachtree Street, NE, Suite 3000 Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: +1.404.589.3221 Fax: +1.404.589.3202 Web: www.corenetglobal.org ADVERTISING SALES OFFICES Access Marketing & Events 2430 Broadway, Suite 200 Boulder, CO 80304 Toll Free: 866.362.4181 Phone: +1.303.565.4023 Fax: +1.303.443.6943 The LEADER, CoreNet Global's Official Publication, is published four times a year, as a quarterly publication commencing March, by CoreNet Global. Subscription rates for non-members (in US dollars): in the United States, $75; in Canada, $85; outside North America, $95. To order, contact Nicki Williams at 404-589- 3241 or nwilliams@corenetglobal.org. Office of Publication: CoreNet Global, 133 Peachtree Street, N.E., Suite 3000, Atlanta, GA 30303. The opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the association. The LEADER is sent as a benefit of membership to all members of CoreNet Global. Articles published in this magazine may not be re-printed without written permission from the Editor. Editorial inquiries should be addressed to Tim Venable at tvenable@corenetglobal.org. POSTMASTER Send address changes to: THE LEADER 133 Peachtree Street, N.E., Suite 3000, Atlanta, GA 30303 or leader@corenetglobal.org. OFFICERS Matt Werner, MCR President, Enterprise Facilities Management CBRE | Global Workplace Solutions ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR LEADERSHIP THE LEADER IS PRINTED ON RECYCLED PAPER Francisco J. Acoba MCR, SLCR Director, Strategy & Operations Deloitte Consulting LLP Shelley Frost, MCR International Director, Head of Consulting JLL Monique Arkesteijn Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Delft University of Technology Shane Guan, MCR Customer Business Director CBRE GWS, at Cisco Neil Austin Vice President, Real Estate Portfolio Management and Transaction Services Omnicom Group Inc. Craig Robinson Venture Partner Traverse Venture Partners Vik Bangia, MCR Managing Principal Verum Consulting, LLC Bill Roberts VP Real Estate Strategy and Transformation, Global Real Estate Hewlett Packard Enterprise John Cuppello CEO Qube Global Software Kate Langan Chair Group General Manager Property ANZ Banking Group Randy Smith, MCR Immediate Past Chair Vice President, Global Real Estate & Facilities Oracle David Kamen, MCR.h Treasurer Americas Real Estate Services Leader, Business Enablement EY Barbara Donaldson, MCR Governance Committee Chair VP Global Real Estate & Facilities Synopsys David Goch Legal Counsel to CoreNet Global Webster, Chamberlain & Bean Craig Youst, MCR Executive Managing Director Colliers International Pierce DeGross, MCR Vice President Global Workplace Services Hilton Worldwide CoreNet Global Academic Challenge: Shanghai Edition During Wednesday's luncheon at the Global Summit in Shanghai on 22 March, student teams from Georgia Institute of Technology, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, and University of Cincinnati will present their ideas to make the fi ctional organization for which they are "consulting" the employer of choice in the fi nal round of the second CoreNet Global Academic Challenge, sponsored by Cushman & Wakefi eld. The balance of power is shifting from the employer to the employee. Years ago, corporations assumed people would work in any place provided; however, many realize that now they must create a "place" where people want to succeed and thrive. This notion has evolved from simply providing a desk and a chair, to a more holistic approach that addresses emotional, intellectual, physical, and virtual needs – among others. Today's students are tomorrow's talent. For organizations to attract and retain future talent, more insight is needed. Understanding what experiences contribute to a student's success can inform what companies might provide to help their employees – and their enterprises – succeed. Christopher Kelly Beate Mellwig Paul Miller David Mirmelli Ilir Nase Carolyn Rickard-Brideau Carol Rozwell Kay Sargent Robert G. Schuur

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