Inside CBRE’s Data Literacy Program: How CBRE Are Winning Hearts and Minds for Data-Driven Transformation

Key Takeaways:
  • How effective change management can help your data literacy program stand out from the crowd
  • How to make your data upskilling program truly resonate with your people 
  • Find out how to get your people to champion your data upskilling agenda
Wednesday, September 28, 11 am ET

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Description

CBRE has an ambitious mission. They want to upskill every person across their 3300 UK & Ireland workforce to unlock their data’s potential, so they can deliver unparalleled client outcomes, work smarter and be fit for the future.

Data skills are a competitive differentiator, and CBRE recognizes it’s too valuable a commodity to be the sole remit of data practitioners. CBRE is investing in each and every person at their organization to empower them with the best data knowledge and expertise the real estate industry has to offer.

Join this webinar to find out about their data literacy journey and how they’re transforming hearts and minds to deliver a people centric, intelligence led organization.

Presenter Bio

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Emily HaywardData & Digital Change Manager at CBRE

Emily is an experienced change and transformation leader in data and analytics with a proven track record in successfully leading high-profile technology, data, and cultural transformation across private and public sector organizations.

Emily takes a fun, engaging, and people-first approach to designing and delivering data transformation. She fervently believes that you can’t change anything successfully without ‘winning hearts and minds’.

As a Welsh-Brummie working in London for the last 12 years, Emily understands the importance of delivering transformation programs that take an inclusive UK-wide approach, where no regional office feels like “Head Office’s afterthought.” Emily is a passionate advocate of diversity in data, championing the increasing prevalence of data and analytics hubs outside the M25 as well as encouraging greater representation of women in the field.