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The Top Talent Brief is a National Bi-weekly News offering that arms the Commercial Real Estate industry with insights, tips and strategies that will keep them on the cutting edge of how to be a top-flight real estate executive, for today and the future.

 
 

There is nothing a Board of Directors loves more than a “proven leader.” The announcement of David Taylor, 35-year veteran of P&G as the new CEO starting in November attests to staying power....

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Retailers under pressure often sold off properties and then leased them back leaving their stores’ bottom lines vulnerable to added lease costs and increases. But Hudson Bay, who owns Saks Fifth...

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NYT’s The Upshot reports a new wave of start-ups — including Gild, Entelo, Textio, Doxa and GapJumpers — is trying various ways to automate hiring. Even established headhunting firms like...

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Working late is one thing, drinking late with the team, week-end outings and strategy dinners with the team gives a whole new meaning to “get a life”– a life outside of your co-workers is the...

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I was surprised when a student-oriented housing development was constructed next to the state University in my home town. While it might seem logical, research indicated students who do not live in...

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There has been much buzz about technology erasing millions of jobs. “Atlantic Magazine” explored what a world without jobs might be: a world where people pursue their passions, craftsman and...

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Losing a job is terrible. Losing a job to a machine may be worse. The authors of “The Second Machine Age: Work, Progress, and Prosperity in a Time of Brilliant Technologies" grapple with the...

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If SelectLeaders is any indicator, the Millennials are having a Baby Boom. In July and August, four of our millennial men in key roles will become fathers. By the first Baby Shower, and seeing what it...

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For the last month, I couldn't help but overhear our newest Sales Consultant being trained in 'SelectLeaders Consultative Sales'. Compare this to the WSJ article, "The On-Demand Sales Force" about...

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In 1987, 61% of workers were satisfied with their careers. By 2014, 52.3%, more than half of all workers reported being unsatisfied with their jobs. Boston’s NPR News suggested that the belief that...

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