Domestic travel bans on rise as managers respond to coronavirus
A majority of real estate investment managers in the U.S. have banned international travel amid increasing concerns over coronavirus, while a growing number of firms are implementing essential-travel only rules domestically. NAREIM members have shared advice about travel policies, employee communications and workplace policies.
Spring EO Retreat: Are We Prepared to be Great Leaders?
‚ÄúI have learned that nothing is certain except for the need to have strong risk management, a lot of cash, the willingness to invest even when the future is unclear, and great people.‚Äù
‚Äì Jeffrey R. Immelt, CEO of GE
Leadership = Focus on Essence, Platform, and Culture
Partners Matt Slepin and Bill Whitlaw of Terra Search Partners and frequent speakers at NAREIM events recently wrote these questions and reflections from a discussion at the June 2013 20/20 Investor Summit with some of the top leaders in the real est
Rotations, collaborations and creating a bubble of health
How is the real estate investment management industry beginning the process of returning to the office? Slowly and very cautiously, say NAREIM members. It's all about creating a bubble of health where employees can feel comfortable.
Survey: Domestic travel bans on rise as managers respond to coronavirus
A majority of real estate investment managers in the U.S. have banned international travel amid increasing concerns over coronavirus, while a growing number of firms are implementing essential-travel only rules domestically. NAREIM members shared advice about corporate travel, health and workplace policies.
Occupancy rates and rents are stable. Property values are on the upswing. Real estate investment managers are focusing on adding value to their investors‚Äô portfolios and expanding their own businesses. For the moment, the efforts of most REIMs are
NAREIM member Dan Stravinsky wrote recently about how Berkshire Property Advisors retained key talent in the wake of downsizing. ¬†Reprinted with permission of the Society for Human Resource Management (www.shrm.org), Alexandria, VA, publisher of HR
RealConnex's Chief Capital Markets Strategy Officer and former investment officer with Morgan Stanley, Candlewood Investors, General Motors and Goldman Sachs, Joseph Stecher has an interesting point of view regarding the poor odds facing almost any¬†
A third of real estate investment managers will start returning in some form to their offices starting in June and running through July, according to a member survey. A few firms are targeting dates in May, while many are still undecided. Download the full member survey here.
Winter EO Report: Leadership in a Time of Disruption
Human beings have learned an interesting trick over the centuries: the ability to conceptualize things that don‚Äôt exist. We can imagine a future, visualize possible outcomes, and examine potential scenarios. What we haven‚Äôt figured out is how to