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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jones Lang. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jones Lang, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Jones Lang. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Jones Lang, often where they are interviewed.

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#15 Creative Leadership Breaking Glass Ceilings w/ Sharon Feller, Executive Director of Jones Lang Lasalle and Coach

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Sharon Feller is the Executive Director of Jones Lang LaSalle handling project management, product development, and account team operations experience with corporate clients. She is interested in work that involves coaching and developing leaders and helping clients recognize and articulate ambitions for their organizations. She’s good at assessing operational and organizational issues and developing plans to fix or improve.


In this episode, Sharon talks about her amazing career with Jones Lang LaSalle, as well as how her creative soul found its way in a project management career. We also talk about mentorship, leadership, and how important it is for her to help women like her break that glass ceiling.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sharon-feller-8020638/


1:20 Getting to know Sharon Feller

5:23 Sharon’s Interior Design Background

7:45 Falling back in love with creativity.

9:36 Sharon’s Art

12:04 Sharon’s thoughts on confidence

15:08 Public Speaking and Overcoming Shyness

20:35 Believing in What Other People See In You

23:15 The importance of mentors

24:36 Expanding into roles outside your comfort zone

30:33 Why Sharon hired a coach

32:13 Mentoring women

34:50 Sharon’s leadership style

38:31 Sharon’s experience in trying to break the glass ceiling

47:33 Sharon’s advice to women who are just getting started

Jun 16 2020 · 51mins
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The Nashville Industrial Market with Bo Fulk of Jones Lang LaSalle (4Q, 2019)

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Bo is an Executive Vice President at JLL in Nashville, TN. He leads the Industrial Services Division representing tenants and owners of commercial properties in Middle and East Tennessee and he is also a member of the JLL Supply Chain & Logistics Solutions team. Over the past 12 years, Bo has been a leading provider of real estate services for companies of all sizes in Tennessee, completing over 7 million square feet of sales and leases valued at over $200 million. You can find Bo through his website or through his LinkedIn bio. Or you can look into some of the projects he has been a part of here and here.

Dec 17 2019 · 31mins
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Episode 20: Commercial Real Estate with Dan Jessup of Jones Lang LaSalle

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In this episode of Brandstorm, we welcome Dan Jessup, executive vice president of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Wisconsin office. Dan joins us to discuss why the location you choose for your business is so important, and what to look for when starting up or moving.

Dan Jessup A commercial real estate broker for over 27 years, Dan explains that one of the main differences between residential and business real estate is that the former is fueled by emotion, while the latter is based on facts. Examples can include demographics, average income per household or the population within a 5-mile radius. A business owner may not have a handle on those aforementioned statistics, which is where a broker can truly assist. Brokers have a wealth of market knowledge, experience in your business’ field and understand current market conditions.

Jones Lang LaSalle For over 250 years, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has been a trusted partner to organizations who want more value from the commercial real estate they own, use or invest in. An international Fortune 500 company, JLL’s 70,000 employees deal with every facet of commercial real estate – from transaction management to construction and design management – in 80 countries.

Current Commercial Real Estate Trends Though trends come and go, Dan states that millennials are contributing to offices being more collaborative in nature. Gone are the days of corner, private offices and in their place are more communal workspaces. The current average occupancy per 1,000 square feet is about 6-8 employees, up from 4-5 within the last five years. These staff members spend less time at their desks, more time working from home (or from a separate, third location) and more time collaborating with others on premises. Technology has also made a lot of space initially needed for computer towers, server rooms or paper files obsolete.

Is It Better to Buy or Lease? This is an important question with no good answer, Dan tells us. If you’re in the market to purchase, it’s key to know the ROI of your own company first. If that number is above 10%, Dan recommends investing back in your own company versus in real estate. If your business is experiencing fast growth, you may want to look into leasing, especially from a landlord with multiple properties, in the event that you need to relocate or your company outgrows your original space.

What Questions Should You Ask a Broker? Dan suggests that since the industry has become so specialized, business owners should work directly with brokers within their city who deal directly in their field, whether that’s retail, office, or warehouse space. He also mentions that a great broker should know more about your own location than you do! By working with someone who is well-versed in your arena, you’ll easily be able to vet a broker by inquiring about the tenants they’ve served or currently work with, what lease terms they’re under and how recent those agreements are.

Contact Dan: Website: www.jll.com LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/danjessupjoneslanglasalle

Feb 14 2018 · 20mins
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Tom Lindahl, Jones Lang LaSalle

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En av Sveriges främsta inom fastighetstransaktioner i ett av världens största konsultbolag.

Många känner honom som Mr Tenzing – bolaget som han var med och startade, byggde framgångsrikt upp under fem års tid och sålde.
– Varför sålde man och varför till JLL?
– Hur jobbar de olika bolagen, även Catella som Tom representerade i 10 år?
– Transaktionsprocessens olika delar.
– Gruppdynamik, att bygga bra team.
Och några härliga råd från Tom själv. Trevlig lyssning!

Jan 20 2017 · 59mins
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Startup Soirée Podcast 051 | Peter Jackson | Jones Lang LaSalle

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In this episode of the Startup Soirée podcast, Patrick talks with Peter Jackson of Jones Lang LaSalle about commercial real estate.

Peter Jackson

Peter Jackson is an experienced coalition-builder focused on representing landlords and tenants in commercial real estate transactions in the greater Baltimore area. Peter joined JLL in August of 2014 and brings more than four years of relationship-building experience in the Baltimore area to the Agency Leasing team.  Prior to joining JLL, Peter was a founding member of GiveCorps, an online fundraising solution, where he oversaw Baltimore activities until its acquisition by Network for Good. In this role, he brought together constituents across the nonprofit, small business, government, corporate and consumer sectors to strengthen and support community-based projects in the greater Baltimore region. Most notably, he was the driving force behind the Bmore Gives More campaign, an effort that mobilized the city to raise $5.7 million for local charities in a single day. During this time, he concurrently served as an assistant to the principal at Lehr Jackson Associates, helping to market, lease and conceptualize retail spaces in Maryland, Virginia and Washington DC. Peter looks forward to continuing to apply these experiences, and his lifelong interest in commercial leasing and urban planning to meet the real estate needs of JLL’s partners and clients.

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Feb 01 2016 · 45mins