William S. Littleton and Tivon Moffitt, executives at Colliers International in Greater Phoenix, have earned two of the highest honors awarded by CoreNet Global, the world’s leading professional association for corporate real estate and workplace executives.
Littleton, senior vice president of corporate solutions, is being recognized for completing the Senior Leader of Corporate Real Estate Certificate (SLCR). Prior to earning this distinction, Littleton already achieved a Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) and a Society of Industrial and Office Realtors® (SIOR) designation.
Moffitt, a Colliers vice president, has secured the Master of Corporate Real Estate (MCR) designation, the industry’s most prestigious distinction.
Littleton is one of just 16 individuals honored this year with the SLCR certificate. He completed six seminars designed to enhance his business perspective, strategic approach to decision-making, financial analysis skills and leadership abilities. The seminars are designed to position participants for a greater role in their organization.
Moffitt, who was awarded with the MCR, the industry’s highest designation, participated in more than 100 hours of classroom training, two elective seminars and a capstone, followed by a graded assessment. He achieved this all within a 5-year period.
Moffitt was one of a record 146 global corporate real estate executives – representing 15 countries – to earn the Master of Corporate Real Estate designation in 2012.
CoreNet Global’s Master of Corporate Real Estate designation provides critical business skills and reflects Moffitt’s strategic competence and successful experience as a corporate real estate expert.