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Mentoring programs can lower barriers for under-represented groups to enter the industry as well as facilitate their path to leadership.
As we come out of the pandemic, offices are being refitted to attract people. This provides an opportunity to create workplaces for everyone.
Team work collaboration
Two years after the watershed summer of 2020, managers and investors continue to tackle the challenges of being more inclusive.
Traditionally pegged as an ‘old boys club,’ real estate is starting to make diversity, equity and inclusion becoming more of a priority.
Inside: How diversity, equity and inclusion are delivering excellence and innovation; Keynote interviews with LaSalle Investment Management, CBRE Investment Management and Schroders Capital; Plus much more…
Hines’ co-CEO returned from maternity leave in September to find a private real estate market in markedly different shape. She shares the experience with PERE.
Windows neighbours community
LaSalle’s Darline Scelzo says employees want greater connectivity and a stronger sense of belonging.
While much has been achieved in gender equality, CBRE Investment Management’s Jeffrey Marcus sees race as the industry’s next frontier.
Crowd people diversity
Real estate’s heavy hitters are convinced by the business merits of building diverse teams, writes Rhiannon Curry.
Considerable progress has been made, but there is more to be done, writes Gemma Burgess, CEO at Ferguson Partners, one of PERE’s 2022 Women of Influence.

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