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Michael Staskiewicz has joined Cushman & Wakefield in New Jersey as senior managing director, leadership coach & business strategist

CushWake Hires Leadership Coach, Business Strategist for NJ Team 

Cushman & Wakefield has hired Michael Staskiewicz as senior managing director, leadership coach & business strategist. In this newly created role, he will focus on working with the firm’s next generation talent in New Jersey to formulate comprehensive strategies that generate business and grow market share.  

“Michael will develop customized plans with a focus on revenue growth and identify new business inception points for our brokerage teams,” said Peter Bronsnick, managing principal of New Jersey.  “His extensive experience will prove invaluable in this effort as we continue to provide our clients with true expertise across each of the platform verticals.” 

Before joining Cushman & Wakefield, Staskiewicz served as chief growth officer at the Garibaldi Group, coaching present and future leaders while spearheading all revenue and operational strategic initiatives   He also led the development of marketing and sales enablement strategies and implemented systematic approaches to generating new business.  


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