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Latest News

Current events & industry insights from the team

 
 

2019 Job Search Trends

 

2018 Sector Trends

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  • Development experience was a prominent need for a substantial amount of our Acquisitions and Asset Management searches across all levels

  • Going into Q4 , we were seeing an increase in Fund level controller roles within TBG Real Estate’s Accounting searches

  • Originators in the Southeast and Midwest regions that have experience on the principal side became much more difficult to uncover as Q4 came to a close

May Book of the Month

TBG Real estate is LOVING Team of Teams by stanley Mcchrystal, a compelling read that advocates for change.

Moving forward from “the old ways” can be hard, the stories in this book show that overcoming that challenge yields great results.⁣

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Team Publications

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7 Ways to Find Your Purple Unicorn in Life and Business

Mickey Penzer, Associate, in collaboration with Maria Avgitidis Pyrgiotakis of Agape Match, digs into the many parallels that exist between dating and hiring to help you find your Mr/Ms. Perfect.

 
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intervieW TIPS AND TRICKS: HOW TO AVOID THE ‘7 SINS OF MEMORY’

Shelby Downs, Director, synthesizes the framework of Harvard University’s Psychology Department former chair and a leading memory researcher, Daniel Schacter, titled ‘The Seven Sins of Memory: How the Mind Forgets and Remembers’ through the lens of Recruitment for interviewees. By gaining an understanding of how the memory functions, candidates are better equipped to navigate the difficult interview process and land their dream job.

 
In the real estate business you learn more about people, and you learn more about community issues, you learn more about life, you learn more about the impact of government, probably than any other profession that I know of.
— Johnny Isakson