Team of the Year Award

Team of the Year Award


Introducing the Team of the Year Award

The CoreNet Global Northern California is thrilled to expand our award program in 2023 with the exciting addition of a Team of the Year Award! 

This honor will be recognized at the Chapter’s CRE Award Gala on November 16, 2023, at the Westin St. Francis and will provide the opportunity to acknowledge the remarkably creative work being done by our members collaboratively as teams. 

Please see the details below and consider an outstanding team that you feel is worthy of special recognition.


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Team Award Nominations Due May 17

The CoreNet Northern California Chapter's "Team of the Year" award is awarded each year to the collaborative and diverse team that has made the most impact on the industry, the profession, and the team's collective stakeholders over the past twelve months.

The "Team of the Year" may consist of any number of professionals across all aspects of the CRE industry. This includes but is not limited to, a combination of end users, service providers, and non-CRE professionals.

The Award submission should outline a clear set of goals and objectives and any metrics which demonstrate the success of the team's efforts and will be evaluated based on the following:

  • Performance: The team must demonstrate a significant and measurable impact on the real estate industry, professional excellence, or the team's collective stakeholders over the past 12 months. The outcome should highlight the challenges and how the team has leveraged opportunities to maximize impact.
  • Collaboration: The team must work effectively together and demonstrate exceptional teamwork, communication, and support for each other. The team should also show a willingness to help others, share resources, and promote a positive working environment.
  • Customer Service: The team should provide excellent customer service, with a focus on building long-lasting relationships with clients. They should be responsive to client needs, provide consistent and reliable support, and be able to handle challenging situations with ease.
  • Innovation: The team should demonstrate an innovative approach to real estate, showing creativity, initiative, and a willingness to embrace new technologies and practices.
  • Professionalism: The team should maintain high ethical and professional standards and exhibit a strong commitment to ongoing professional development. The team should also maintain a positive reputation in the community and the real estate industry.
  • Community Involvement: The team should show a commitment to solving a systemic problem or improving the community, through creative problem-solving, investment, and initiatives.


Questions?
Contact CRE Nominating Committee Co-Chairs, Michael Casolo or Stacy Grubbs.