Step into the world of commercial real estate and join us for Talking Property with CBRE. In this podcast series, industry-leading experts discuss what's shaping the property industry and what this means for businesses like yours.
Hybrid Working: Leadership Success & Occupancy Planning
Hybrid working was a hot topic in 2020 with organisational leaders around the world reassessing how they operate, while adjusting to a continuously changing environment. In 2021, the term 'hybrid working' has become commonplace - but what does it mean and how do organisations implement it successfully?
In this episode of Talking Property, we set out to explore what makes or breaks hybrid working, the opportunities it presents for businesses as well as the impact on occupancy planning and how organisations can implement hybrid working as part of their operational model. Hosted by Jess Thomas, Associate Director Workplace Strategy and Change Management with special guests Kirstin Cooper, Senior Workplace Consultant and Chris Pinto, Change and Transformation Manager at CBRE.
To Stay or Go? Evaluating Workplace Solutions
The world has changed rapidly and how we service our clients and provide meaningful solutions has required adaptability at a faster rate than ever before. As we move forward, the traditional workplace and what it offers is evolving too. So, what does this mean for both tenants and landlords? In this episode of Talking Property, we set out to answer the question 'to stay or to go' and break down what to consider when reviewing individual workplace non-negotiable's, requirements and objectives. Hosted by Angelo Pavanello Head of Advisory & Transaction Occupier Services for Victoria and South Australia and Jess Ryper, Associate Director from CBRE's Project Management. Together, they will unpack what it means to assess your individual requirements and arm you with all the tools you need to make informed and sound decisions for your business.
How Supply Chain Diversity Can Help Heal Country
NAIDOC week is a moment of important reflection. To celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in a focused and meaningful way, ensuring this focus extends across the remaining 51 weeks of the year. To raise awareness of our First People and their significant contributions to society and most importantly, country. The 2021 theme for NAIDOC week is 'Heal Country'. To truly understand what this means to the Indigenous community, it's important to speak with our indigenous friends, colleagues, and in a work sense, indigenous business leaders.
In this episode of Talking Property, Michael Barlow Head of Global Workplace Solutions business sits down with two of CBRE's Indigenous Centre of Excellence partners to hear their definition of what country means to them. Joined by Jahna Cedar, Executive Director IPS Management Consultants and Dwayne Good, Executive Director InTravel Group, they explore the importance of supply chain diversity, the value it brings to organisations through diverse and innovative thinking and how it translates at a community level.
The Future of I&L Property
Imagine a world where your groceries arrive at your front door, delivered by autonomous vehicle or drone without having made an order - your smart fridge has done all of this for you. It might seem like a strange concept, but this is just one of the ways innovations in technology are changing the landscape of the Industrial & Logistics sector. In this episode of Talking Property, James Jorgensen, State Director Industrial & Logistics in Victoria sits down with Christine Miller, CBRE's Pacific Head of Supply Chain and special guest Michelle McNally, General Manager Group Property at Australia Post. Together, they unpack some of the ways the industry is embracing technology to create stronger, faster and more efficient supply chains in response to the rise in e-commerce, consumerism and changing buyer expectations and make their predictions on what the industry will look like in 2030.
A valuer's view on the Residential property market
Property has seen one of the most significant growth surges in over three decades. In such a fast-paced growth market how do you know what the real-value of a property is, and what lifestyle factors are pushing real estate trends in 2021.
In this episode of Talking Property we discuss how Valuers view the current property market and get their expert insight into property watch-outs for the months ahead. Hosted by Kat Hale, National Valuer Care and Development Manager at CBRE with special guests Kate Beekink, Residential Property Valuer in Perth, Western Australia and John Duncan, Certified Practising Valuer on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.
How technology is shaping Facilities Management
The world has changed rapidly, and how we deliver facilities management services has had to adapt just as quickly. In this episode of Talking Property, we discuss how Microsoft HoloLens is transforming the facilities management sector through immersive communication and accelerating the timeline between fault detection and rectification. Michael Elliott, Environmental Operations Manager at CBRE sits down with Lawrence Crumpton, Microsoft Mixed Reality Solution and Partners Lead for APAC and Miquel Vidal, Head of Mixed, Augmented and Virtual Reality Solutions for CBRE to learn more.