CORENET GLOBAL | NEW ENGLAND CHAPTER
May 17, 2017
Leadership and the Unknown in Today's Hectic World
1 Post Office Square, 37th floor
7:30am Registration and Refreshments
8:00am - 9:30am Program
Awareness of the unknown by leadership is critical for success. How does the unknown either drive or get in the way of corporate real estate executive leaders?
While the unknown has always been relevant to leaders, the twenty-first century has upped the ante, as no one knows what's coming next.
Our corporate executive speakers will discuss how they learned to approach the unknown and are seizing the opportunity to benefit their organizations and themselves.
Julie Benezet, Founder & Owner, Business Growth Consulting
Julie spent 25 years in law and business, and for the past fifteen years has coached executives from virtually every industry. She built Amazon’s first global real estate organization, and led for ten years the “Challenges of Leadership” program for executives at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Julie holds a master’s of psychology and law degrees from McGill University and a B.A. in psychology and anthropology from Cornell University. She is the author of the recent book, The Journey of Not Knowing: How 21st Century Leaders Can Chart a Course Where There Is None.
Jim Tierney, Market Director, JLL
As the Market Director for JLL New England, Jim Tierney leads one of the fastest growing real estate services platforms in the country. He is responsible for the firm’s operations and business results throughout the region. He also maintains and develops key client relationships and is the region’s lead caretaker of a proud corporate culture that is defined by teamwork, ethics and excellence.
Jim received a Bachelor of Arts from Georgetown University and Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School.
Irene Mitsuhashi, Global Head of Real Estate, Philips
Irene is responsible for all Corporate Real Estate Services at Philips where she leads and manages a 17-person team that drives all major Corporate Real Estate transactions, projects and facilities service delivery. She worked on an International portfolio of over 100 million square feet in over 100 countries.
Irene holds an MBA from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Architecture from California Polytechnic University.
Mary Stevens, SVP Products Development & Commercialization, Herman Miller
Mary Stevens has been with Herman Miller since 1984. She has held multiple leadership roles for all the companies in the Herman Miller Group of Brands driving dramatic improvements in quality performance throughout the manufacturing process. She also serves on the Board of Directors of W.O.M.E.N. in America, a nonprofit that develops women in leadership roles, and a founding member of Inforum Center, a group that educates women in business.
Mary’s degrees include: BS Mathematics & Physics, Bed: Mathematics & Physics, Med: in Mathematics, MS: Engineering
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Registration Deadline May 12, 2017
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