perspectives podcast

EP11: Reimagining the workplace

People want flexibility, a place to meet with colleagues, and reduced commuting times. So what does this mean for your real estate strategy?

August 24, 2020
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Meet our speakers

Claudette Leeming
Head of Property Strategy and Performance – Australia Post

Claudette has worked in the property industry for 25 years. Claudette joined Australia Post in 2015 as head of workspace. In this role, she had responsibility for Australia Post’s corporate workplaces, and continually evolving them to support a highly dynamic and changing organisation. As head of property strategy and performance, her remit has broadened to support the wider responsibilities of the group property team.

Michael Greene
Head of Tenant Representation - Australia

As head of tenant representation Australia, Michael works on behalf of tenants to develop their strategic direction and high-level occupancy strategies, coordinating the implementation process; and negotiating large and complex transactions including build-to-suit developments.


Rebecca Kent (host)
I’m Rebecca Kent, host of JLL’s Perspectives podcast. We are asking today: ‘What is the purpose of the office’? And what comes next. How will our workplaces look in the time after COVID-19? Because here’s what we know about ourselves so far: The flexibility to choose where we’d like to work on any given day: We’ll take more of that please; but don’t take away all our office time, because we value interactions with our colleagues; That commute though? Yeah, not missing that so much. So where does that leave business leaders who are trying to grasp what all this means for their real estate strategy? Let’s start with some advice from Michael Greene, JLL’s head of tenant representation in Australia.

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