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  • Corporate Real Estate Finance APRIL 13-14, 2021 Melbourne

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 04/13/2021 at 8:30 AM (AEST)

    A comprehensive overview of financial analysis and management. Work through case studies to analyze alternative lease structures, lease buyouts, and buy vs. lease decisions. Required for MCR. Keywords: Finance, buyouts, lease, financial analysis

    This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of financial analysis and management within a corporate real estate (CRE) context. Using case studies, finance principles such as risk, return, cost of capital, net present value, and discount rate selection will be reviewed. Apply these concepts to the analysis of alternative lease structures, lease buyouts, and buy vs. lease decisions. Identify risk in portfolios and evaluate the impact on shareholder value. Perform financial analyses to identify the optimal decisions, quantify the impact of less than optimal decisions, identify inherent risk and recognize shortcomings. Propose the best recommendations to align with corporate priorities. MCR requirement.

  • Real Estate's Impact on Financial Statements January 18-19, 2021 Berlin

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 01/18/2021 at 9:00 AM (CET)

    Use Corporate Real Estate skills, methodology, and tools to enhance value and manage risk in any large-scale portfolio. Improve skills in developing and presenting plans to reduce costs and mitigate risks. Keywords: Finance, Transactions, Accounting Practices, Financial Statements, FASB, IFRS

    Real estate is often the second largest item on the balance sheet. While many companies manage individual real estate cost items, few effectively manage the overall portfolio. This seminar provides the corporate real estate practitioner with the skills, methodology, and tools to enhance the value and manage the risk inherent in any large-scale portfolio. The seminar is based on a sound financial management approach that takes away the alchemy and grounds the approach in well-established corporate finance doctrine. It is intended to help you understand how to effectively manage a portfolio of corporate real estate assets.

  • Portfolio Management January 18-19, 2021 Berlin

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live In-Person Event on 01/18/2021 at 9:00 AM (CET)

    Use corporate real estate skills, methodology, and tools to enhance value and manage risk in any large-scale portfolio. Improve skills in developing and presenting plans to reduce costs and mitigate risks. Keywords: Financial Management, Leadership and Accountability Strategic Fiscal Management, Driving Organizational Results, Strategic Organizational Alignment, Communication

    Real estate is often the second largest item on the balance sheet. While many companies manage individual real estate cost items, few effectively manage the overall portfolio. This seminar provides the corporate real estate practitioner with the skills, methodology, and tools to enhance the value and manage the risk inherent in any large-scale portfolio. The seminar is based on a sound financial management approach that takes away the alchemy and grounds the approach in well-established corporate finance doctrine. It is intended to help you understand how to effectively manage a portfolio of corporate real estate assets.

  • Introduction to Corporate Real Estate Technology DEC 2020

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 12/08/2020 at 5:00 PM (EST)

    This seminar examines the importance of the relationship between people, process and technology in every organization. Keywords: Technology, Technology and the Built Environment

    This course provides an introduction of the application of technology in a corporate real estate context. Every CRE technology decision ties to the organization’s mission and strategic priorities.  This course introductions the importance of the relationship between people, process and technology in the organization, including organizational structure and reporting relationships, and the CRE group’s role in that structure. 

  • Real Estate's Impact on Financial Statements DEC 8-10, 2020 Auckland

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 12/07/2020 at 4:30 PM (EST)

    Use Corporate Real Estate skills, methodology, and tools to enhance value and manage risk in any large-scale portfolio. Improve skills in developing and presenting plans to reduce costs and mitigate risks. Keywords: Finance, Transactions, Accounting Practices, Financial Statements, FASB, IFRS

    Real estate is often the second largest item on the balance sheet. While many companies manage individual real estate cost items, few effectively manage the overall portfolio. This seminar provides the corporate real estate practitioner with the skills, methodology, and tools to enhance the value and manage the risk inherent in any large-scale portfolio. The seminar is based on a sound financial management approach that takes away the alchemy and grounds the approach in well-established corporate finance doctrine. It is intended to help you understand how to effectively manage a portfolio of corporate real estate assets. MCR Requirement.

  • Introduction to Corporate Real Estate Leadership DEC 2020

    Contains 6 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 12/07/2020 at 9:30 AM (EST)

    Career success becomes increasingly attributable to how well you apply essential interpersonal, emotional, and social skills. Ability to master “soft skills” will determine whether you are able to lead well. Keywords: Leadership, Communication, Coaching, Feedback, Influence

    Your career success is attributable to how well you master essential interpersonal, emotional, and social skills. Leading the Corporate Real Estate (CRE) function today is more about enabling work and promoting productivity than it is about managing “bricks and mortar” assets. It is more about influencing and collaborating and less about executing individual tasks. Organizations have become more collaborative and people-centric, and so must Corporate Real Estate. As a current or emerging CRE executive, it is imperative that you focus on interpersonal, emotional, and social skills such as communication, influence, conflict resolution, and performance coaching because these skills are essential.  

  • CoRE Fundamentals

    Contains 17 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This is where you start. Learn the introductory knowledge and skills you need for a career in Corporate Real Estate! The foundations of Corporate Real Estate are explored in this highly interactive course. CoRE Fundamentals helps individuals learn the basics to work in or with corporate real estate. The course provides an overview of the corporate real estate (CRE) profession and offers foundational learning for anyone new to the profession. Keywords: Fundamentals, Introductory

    CoRE Fundamentals helps individuals learn the basics to work in or with corporate real estate. The course provides an overview of the corporate real estate (CRE) profession and offers a foundational learning experience for anyone new to the profession.


  • Essential Guide: Workplace Trends 2020

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Today’s work environment is quickly evolving to address a whirlwind of variables including the need for collaborative workspace and to address sustainability issues. Changing workforce demographics, expectations and technologies bring new ways of working. Keywords: Mobility, Workplace, Strategy, Productivity, Co-Working

    Positive changes in revenue and employee retention rates often directly follow changes to the physical workplace, having a direct impact on productivity. Today’s work environment is quickly evolving to address a whirlwind of variables including the need for collaborative workspace and to address sustainability issues. Changing workforce demographics, expectations and technologies bring new ways of working. This seminar introduces the dynamic practice of workplace. Join the discussion of new ways of working, the evolving office, workplace productivity and more. From environmental impacts and noise control to individual and collaborative space concerns, this seminar touches it all. This seminar relates directly to Chapter 14 of The Essential Guide to Corporate Real Estate, published by CoreNet Global. 

  • Essential Guide: Facility Management 2020

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Effective facility management is vital to the success of any organization. At a corporate level, it contributes to the delivery of strategic and operational objectives. On a day-to-day level, it provides a safe and efficient working environment. This seminar describes the relationship between corporate real estate and facility management, drivers which encourage the outsourcing of facility management, and factors which are driving change. Keywords: Facility Management, Facilities

    Effective facility management is vital to the success of any organization. At a corporate level, it contributes to the delivery of strategic and operational objectives. On a day-to-day level, it provides a safe and efficient working environment. This seminar describes the relationship between corporate real estate and facility management, drivers which encourage the outsourcing of facility management, and factors which are driving change. Facility management serves as a reliable entity that maintains a pleasant and productive place to work promoting employee engagement and a positive company brand. Current trends, such as cost control, workplace strategies, sustainability, and energy management benchmarking are addressed. This seminar relates directly to Chapter 8 of The Essential Guide to Corporate Real Estate, published by CoreNet Global. 

  • Essential Guide: Finance 2020

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn how real estate performs as a financial instrument, links to portfolio strategy, and can impact company profitability. Key terms and formulas frequently used in financial analysis will be reviewed. Keywords: CRE Knowledge & Skills, Introductory, Finance

    Managing costs has long been a priority for corporate real estate professional. As the second or third highest cost on a company’s income statement and balance sheet, property solutions for business needs are closely tied to company performance. This two-hour course provides a high-level overview of the key concepts of corporate real estate financial analysis particularly focused on the perspective of the occupier. Learn how real estate performs as a financial instrument, links to portfolio strategy, and can impact company profitability. Key terms and formulas frequently used in financial analysis will be reviewed. This seminar relates directly to Chapter 6 of The Essential Guide to Corporate Real Estate, published by CoreNet Global.