Emerging Markets and the CRE Talent Conundrum -- Pipeline or Deficit?

Emerging Markets and the CRE Talent Conundrum -- Pipeline or Deficit?

September 2011

19 September, 2011 Moderator: Simon Venn, CEO, Source 8 Speakers: Ian Crowe, International Corporate Workplace Executive, Merrill Lynch Janet Day-Strehlow, Global Head of Projects, Cisco Vincent Lottefier, CEO Corporate Solutions, EMEA, Jones Lang LaSalle Sahel Pramendra, Managing Director, Markets - India. Jones Lang LaSalle The last decade saw the 'arrival' of the BRIC nations and Central and Eastern European markets in global corporate real estate strategy, powering up the need for space to accommodate business growth. However, with this growth arises the impending challenge of talent and skill shortages in these markets. Panelists from Bank of America, Standard Chartered Bank, and Jones Lang LaSalle will take on the burning issue of talent and new approaches to the development of CRE talent in emerging markets. The panelists will leverage key insights from Jones Lang LaSalle's Global Corporate Real Estate Survey 2011. Through lively discussion, participants will gain an insight into different talent and skill requirements for CRE executives in emerging markets. Key Takeaways Improve and expand skills for managing talent and leading the CRE function in emerging markets Insight into leadership and skill requirements for CRE executives to ensure success

Keywords: Paris Summit 2011, Advancing Skills, Emerging Markets, Talent, HR, Recruit, Service Providers, Knowledge Worker

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