Welcome to What's Next? CoreNet Global is pleased to launch its new podcast channel designed to put YOU, our members, on the front line of building community through thought-provoking conversations and commentary. Apply to have your voice heard in a podcast and share your bold ideas, innovative concepts, creative problem solving and breakthrough thinking with your peers around the world.
You know stuff. There’s a lot rolling around in that brain of yours. Why not share it? Be a naysayer, changemaker, rainbow chaser or sage and let us know what’s on your mind that could benefit other members in our global network. Be a credible source of information and insights for the corporate real estate profession.
Turn on the spotlight, turn up the volume and tune into the CoreNet Global podcast channel. Content for members by members. Make your podcast pitch today.
See below for podcast requirements and guidelines.
April 2, 2018
Hear perspectives from Laura Hamill, PhD, Chief People Officer at Limeade on the topics of engagement and well-being. Tracy Brower, PhD, MM, MCR and Principal with Steelcase’s Applied Research + Consulting speaks with Laura about engagement, well-being, and reciprocity. Learn new ideas about stress, passion, energy, and their relationship to the work experience and symbols in the workplace. Part two of a two-part series (podcast can stand alone if you haven’t heard part one).Listen Now
April 2, 2018
Join a lively discussion with Laura Hamill, PhD, Chief People Officer at Limeade in which Tracy Brower, PhD, MM, MCR, Principal with Steelcase’s Applied Research + Consulting speaks with Laura about culture, creativity, and the work experience. Learn not only about the conditions for engagement, but also the personal propensity to engage, and the relationship of these to the workplace. Part one of a two-part series.Listen Now
March 16, 2018
Architect and workplace researcher Dr. Agustin Chevez with Hassell explores the impact of workplace design and the evolution of work. Insights from longitudinal studies, the role of culture, and changing management styles are covered in this timely interview by Bryan Froud.Listen Now
March 2, 2018
To attract and retain the next-generation of employees, real estate leaders are expected to "turn on" an experience. In this episode of "What's Next," Bill MacGowan, Cisco Canada's Director of Smart Connected Real Estate, sits down with the team at Comfy (a workplace app provider) to discuss the business case for using technology to create that seamless employee experience, the need to better integrate data across building systems to make it happen, and how to foster collaboration across silos for success.Listen Now
February 19, 2018
Co-working is a trend that is growing. Learn why this is buzzy word is important for End Users/Occupiers. Understand how costs are impacted and how this trend is becoming a global phenomenon. Furthermore, how are traditional offices changing as co-working spaces continue to grow? What are some of the positive impacts of co-working on creativity and innovation?Listen Now
January 12, 2018
According to Steve Weikal, a “huge amount” of venture capital going into commercial real estate these days, and particularly in technology tools that are disrupting traditional ways of developing, transacting and managing real estate. In this episode of What’s Next? Tim Venable, SVP at CoreNet Global interviews Weikal, Head of Industry and Alumni at MIT Center for Real Estate on how new tech-based startups are disrupting traditional players and processes in commercial and corporate real estate.Listen Now
December 1, 2017
Exploring the Future of Work – Part 1 Technology is advancing at an exponential pace, delivering innovations that are transforming the lives of consumers and operations of businesses. Artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), and other emerging technologies are enabling companies to reinvent their business models and to unlock new sources of growth. During part 1, Peter Miscovich, Managing Director of JLL Consulting Strategy + Innovation interviews Alan McGinty Senior Director of Cisco’s Global Workplace Innovation Group about how the future of work may be organized, how we can adapt to the accelerating rate of change, and how we can develop talent strategies for the digital age.Listen Now
December 1, 2017
Exploring the Future of Work – Part 2 Automation, digital platforms, and other innovations are changing the fundamental nature of work. This insightful look into the future of work by Alan McGinty, Senior Director of Cisco’s Global Workplace Innovation Group and Peter Miscovich, Managing Director of JLL Consulting Strategy + Innovation continues in part 2 as they discuss workplace flexibility, the future of coworking, and disruptive business impacts upon CRE for 2027 and beyond.Listen Now
November 30, 2017
Welcome to a special edition of “What’s Next?” – CoreNet Global’s Podcast channel that puts members on the mic for thought-provoking, profession-shaping conversations and commentary. In this episode, you’ll hear highlights from our Podcast Parlor guests at our 2017 North American Summit in Seattle, Washington. The opinions expressed in What's Next podcasts are not necessarily those of CoreNet Global.Listen Now
November 30, 2017
Welcome to a special edition of “What’s Next?” – CoreNet Global’s Podcast channel that puts members on the mic for thought-provoking, profession-shaping conversations and commentary. In this episode, you’ll hear from our Podcast Parlor guests at our 2017 North American Summit in Seattle, Washington. The opinions expressed in What's Next podcasts are not necessarily those of CoreNet Global.Listen Now
Podcast guidelines and requirments: