It was announced today that two BRG Senior Executives, Stephan Cloitre, Senior Vice President of Workplace Technology Solutions, and Michael Levine, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy, have been named as 2015 Top-Rated Faculty for CoreNet Global’s Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) Program.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) October 21, 2015

It was announced today that two BRG Senior Executives, Stephan Cloitre, Senior Vice President of Workplace Technology Solutions, and Michael Levine, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy, have been named as 2015 Top-Rated Faculty for CoreNet Global’s Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) Program. This recognition is awarded to instructors who have demonstrated consistent excellence in facilitation of classes that are delivered under the program to Senior Corporate Real Estate (CRE) Leaders around the world.

To receive this honor, faculty members must have attained a 6.4 average on a seven-point rating scale for seminars they’ve taught during the preceding year. They are rated by MCR, MCR Workplace (MCR.w) and Senior Leader of Corporate Real Estate (SLCR) seminar participants.

“With our faculty role, we are honored to collaborate with some of the strongest minds the Corporate Real Estate ecosystem has to offer as we deliver the CRE Technology course in locations across the Americas, Europe, and Asia," said Cloitre. “Our class interactions with participating CRE leaders from some of the most innovative global companies has helped inform and continually enhance the curriculum we offer.”

In addition to their teaching role, Cloitre and Levine have developed much of the class curriculum for CoreNet Global’s CRE Technology: Structure and Strategy course, which examines the role that technology plays in the overall CRE service delivery model, including traditional systems of record as well as the impact of emerging technologies. The course is rounded out by an in-depth review of frameworks for technology assessment, as well as implementation and sustainment methodologies and strategies. This is Cloitre’s second time to receive this award; he was previously recognized in 2014.

“It is CoreNet Global’s aim to chart our industry’s path with thought leadership and innovation and we are excited to contribute to that goal in an area as relevant to CRE as technology enablement,” said Levine. “We look forward to delivering the course in Bangalore, Tokyo, Atlanta and Philadelphia over the next year.”

Instructors honored as top-rated faculty are experts in their fields who tirelessly volunteer their time and knowledge to champion their colleagues to success. They exhibit excellence in knowledge, interaction and presentation skills and represent the highest caliber of CRE experts.

Recipients were recognized at the CoreNet Global North American Summit Walk of Fame event in Los Angeles on October 20. To learn more about the CoreNet Global MCR and SLCR program, please visit their website. For updates from CoreNet’s The Leader magazine, follow them on twitter.

###

advertisement | advertise on newsday

About CoreNet Global
CoreNet Global is the world’s leading professional association for Corporate Real Estate (CRE) and workplace executives, services providers and economic developers. CoreNet Global’s nearly 9000 members, who include 70% of the top 100 U.S. companies and nearly half of the Global 2000, meet locally, globally and virtually to develop networks, share knowledge, learn and thrive professionally. Formore information, please visit http://www.corenetglobal.org.

About BRG
BRG helps clients by designing and implementing integrated solutions to address complex workplace challenges. They specialize in advisory services, technology deployment, and program and project management in support of Facilities Management and Corporate Real Estate organizations. BRG is a global company with employees in more than 35 cities and on four continents. For more information, you can visit http://www.brg.com.

Copyright ©
Media inquiries contact Nicole Salerno
+1 214.777.5139
nsalerno(at)brg(dot)com

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/10/prweb13022908.htm