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Steven Medwin Coaches Supports Jones Lang Lasalle Team As National Brand Looks To Grow Its South Florida Presence

Written by on March 17, 2011

With 20-plus years of experience, in October Steven Medwin took on the role of managing director for Jones Lang LaSalle, a global financial and professional services firm specializing in commercial real estate services and investment management.

In this position, Mr. Medwin manages a team of 23 industrial and office brokers in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.

Although he continues to work as a broker, putting together complex deals, he is also coaching and supporting team members as the company looks to grow its presence in South Florida.

Jones Lang’s collaborative company culture was a big reason why he joined the firm a year ago.

Now, as the company looks to expand, it’s searching for seasoned and promising brokers who would fit well into its culture.

"It’s taking that culture and finding people that match, that can live in that environment, because the brokerage business is dog-eat-dog," he said. "To find somebody who’s willing to partner up, share information and be a team player is what we’re about."

Mr. Medwin discussed his new position, the market and his goals with Miami Today reporter Yudislaidy Fernandez in his Brickell office.

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