What's Next? Podcasts
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What's Next? Podcasts

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.

Speak. Spark. Share.

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.

Podcast requirements and guidelines:

  • Podcasts must be no longer than 15 minutes in length.
  • Product, service or vendor promotions are strictly prohibited.
  • Podcasts should be respectful of differing views, competitors, etc.
  • Derogatory, inflammatory or offensive comments are strictly prohibited.
  • Podcasts can feature one or more participants in an editorial or interview format.
  • If you record the podcast yourself, please note that the recording should meet the following technical specifications:
    o Provided in MP3 format
    o Good sound quality with limited background noise
  • If you are unable to record your own podcast or would like to be interviewed, CoreNet Global can assist once your application is approved.
  • The opportunity to record a podcast is reserved for members in good standing (although CoreNet Global will also curate podcast content as well).
  • The opinions expressed in What's Next podcasts are not necessarily those of CoreNet Global.
  • Podcast recordings may not be re-published without written permission from CoreNet Global.
  • CoreNet Global retains full editorial control and reserves the right to edit content or to refuse publication of submitted material. Podcasts are the property of CoreNet Global.
  • Contributors are responsible for ensuring that the material they present is their own, that they do not divulge proprietary information or otherwise violate the policy of the company(ies) they represent.


  • Coming Soon:

Will the Corporation of the Future need the Workplace of Today?

Business and work are being organized in new ways. Artificial intelligence, while still in its infancy, is growing up fast. How will this impact the skill sets of the next generation of workers? What will corporations look like in the future? Discover all this and more as Kay Sargent, SVP of HOK interviews Peter Andrew, Senior Managing Director, Workplace Strategies, Asia Pacific, CBRE for his insights on work and workplace trends in Asia and beyond.

Space Reimagined: Verizon’s Transformation

Legacy corporations, fighting to stay relevant in today's quickly changing environment, often struggle with an out dated/outmoded real estate portfolio. Verizon leverages the budding "Space as a Service" trend to activate space, modernize small and medium offices, enhance culture, reduce costs, future proof and access the pulse of technology and talent. This discussion explores Verizon's strategy, structure, and implementation challenges of its Flexible Office Solution (FOS) as well as its co-working incubator Verizon developed to foster talent from within its portfolio.

Creating the Healthy Workplace

Learn more about how to create a healthy workplace, improve the well-being of your employees and boost the bottom line in the process as Tim Venable, Senior Vice President of Knowledge & Research, CoreNet Global, interviews best-selling author Leigh Stringer, LEED AP, who leads workplace strategy for EYP, a global provider of high-performance building design, research, and consulting services.