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The Proactive Property Awards
We know that corporate real estate professionals come up with some pretty amazing solutions, and we love to celebrate them.
CoreNet’s Proactive Property Awards are all about acknowledging and celebrating the very best corporate real estate solutions created to solve business challenges - big or small.
At a time when property has a hugely powerful influence on organisational performance and success, we are again looking for corporate real estate professionals (teams, companies, groups of any sort) to send in submissions to showcase your real estate solutions to business problems. In the process, we’d like you to show us how you have generated significant value outcomes resulting from people making a proactive difference to their organisation through property.
This year we will be presenting two awards:
- The Proactive Property Award
Emphasising ‘corporate’, we are looking for real estate professionals (teams, companies, groups of any sort) to send in submissions to showcase your real estate solutions to corporate problems. In the process, we’d like you to show us how you have generated significant value outcomes resulting from making a proactive difference to your organisation through property.
- The CoreNet Global NZ Young Leader Of The Year
We invite you to nominate yourself or a colleague for the Young Leader of the Year Award 2021. This award recognises the Young Leader of the Year (35 or under) who shows a dedication and enthusiasm for his/her work, exemplifies excellence and should be considered ‘one to watch’ in the broad field of corporate real estate (CRE) in any member category.
Have you solved a business challenge with a corporate real estate solution? Have you generated value for your organisation through identifying an issue or challenge and then solving it through property?
If so, CoreNet’s Proactive Property Awards could give your team and your organisation a real boost, along with the prize of a 3 free registrations for the 2022 CoreNet Symposium. And we will profile the shortlist, finalists and winner across the CoreNet network and in the media.
And do you have a young up and coming property star in your team – a person making waves with their leadership and the impact they are making? We’d love to learn more about them if so.
- Monday 12 July – nominations open
- Friday 13 August at 5pm – nominations close
- Week of 13 September – shortlisted entries to present to the judges
- Thursday 23 September 5pm-7pm – Awards event, winner announced.
Nominations must be sent to email@example.com, received before 5pm on Friday 13 August 2021. Please use the provided form.
For more information visit http://newzealand.corenetglobal.org/home
Criteria - what we want to see:
Proactive Property Award
Young Leader Award
When writing your submission, please show:
- The challenge
- How you met it
- The value you generated for your organisation as a result.
Nominations will be assessed against three core criteria:
· Impact: demonstrated impact on the business, cost versus benefit and overall realization of objectives
· Innovation: demonstrated use of new methods, new ideas or new technology
· Collaboration: demonstrated collaboration between real estate professionals, end users, and other stakeholders
When writing your submission, please:
- Show how you have developed and implemented initiatives that have positively impacted the profession and how you use them in your current role
- Describe how you have supported, adjusted and enhanced your employer’s objectives in a COVID 19 world
- Describe how you are actively pursuing professional development. Provide 1 goal or more you would like to achieve.
Nominations will be assessed against the following criteria:
· Impact: demonstrated impact on your business / the sector
· Innovation: demonstrated use of new methods, new ideas or new technology.
- 3 photos
- Gail Calder – GM Property and Facilities at Fonterra
- Rod Aitken – Head of Corporate Property at Auckland Council, and NZ Chapter Chair, CoreNet Global
- Michael Leng – Associate Senior Interior Designer at Wingate Architects
Conditions of entry
- Nominations can be made by the nominee or by a third party.
- Initial written submission should be made in PDF format and must comprise:
- Main submission: written description / how it fulfils the judging criteria (maximum 500 words)
- Summary submission: Short written summary of the solution (maximum 50 words).
- Submissions should be made on the basis that shortlisted entries will be outlined in CoreNet communications and to awards event attendees using the summary submission text and photo.
- Confidential information should be labelled ‘Confidential to the judging panel’.