Join us for an update on local and national commercial real estate trends with Aaron Jodka, Research Director at Colliers International. Aaron and his team manage the information and intelligence in Colliers’ proprietary database, which, dating from the late 1980s, includes detailed property statistics on more than 210 million SF of office space as well as on lab properties in the greater Boston area. Aaron’s team also track nearly 150 million SF of industrial properties in our market.
Aaron also writes the Colliers Market Viewpoint series, internal submarket and lab reports, and Colliers In Focus thought pieces. He is a monthly guest on Bloomberg Radio’s Baystate Business, and a frequent resource for Bisnow, Banker & Tradesman, The Boston Globe, Boston Business Journal, The Real Reporter, and other publications. Who should attend CEO, CFO, Finance, Accounting, Lending, and Strategist.
Early Session - The Engaging Leader
In a low unemployment labor market, employee engagement has become a critical asset for most companies to both attract and retain high-potential employees. Employee engagement is also statistically proven to drive productivity, profitability and client satisfaction. Companies have and continue to making significant learning and development investments in upgrading Manager's skills. So why are so many employees disengaged?
In this session Eric Imparato, Principal, of Impart Associates, will explore that answer by addressing key concerns raised by managers such as:
- You are asking me to deliver to my subordinates and/or peers, what I personal do not receive from my leader.
- Will I be supported by leadership when I use these new approaches?
- Do I have the authority to develop and implement new ideas?
- Improved understanding of Employee Engagement, and why it’s worth it!
- Actions leadership should take to reinforce their Managers, ensure the ROI on the training investment and reap the business outcomes of Engaged Employees.
- A new approach which can be immediately applied to establish ownership with direct reports
Who should attend CEO, CFO, Finance and Accounting, Lending, Operations, Risk Management, IT, Internal Audit, and Compliance.
We look forward to seeing you there!
4:00 p.m. - Early Session (Qualifies for 1 hour of Professional Development CPE)
5:00 p.m. - Social Hour
6:00 p.m. - Dinner
7:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Program (Qualifies for 1 hour of CPE)
Prerequisites - None
Program Level - Update
Advanced Preparation - None
Delivery Method - Group - Live
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