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CEO Spotlight

Meet Andrew Zang, New York’s Most Emotionally Intelligent

Andrew Zang

In the heart of New York City, success often begins from scratch. People emerging from  anonymity tread paths marked by hustle, grit, and ambition. In this city full of chances, you witness various transformations—from artists in Brooklyn to business individuals in Manhattan; each journey begins with humble origins and shapes into remarkable successes. 

Among the many tales of success, one particular story stands out for its uniqueness and evolving importance in the corporate workplace: that of Andrew Zang. His journey from college through law school to one of New York’s most highly touted EQ, while always portraying determination and flexibility.

Andrew’s journey is filled with moments of bouncing back, finding out who he is, and showing how much self-awareness can make a difference in the workplace.

Andrew’s early career was anything but glamorous. Starting as a bagel store employee at 13, to volunteering at nursing homes, to legislation aide at local government office, to a stint at homeland security for the United States Congress, and making a hundred cold calls per day to real estate occupiers. Embarking on life’s journey and working different jobs early on set the stage for Andrew with a career filled with determination and a continuous effort to excel and understand people.

Today, Andrew Zang calls Savills home, a major player in the global corporate real estate market. He’s managed deals worth $5 billion of corporate leasing and sales transactions. In his field, success doesn’t only hinge on being great with numbers. It also involves skills in connecting, analyzing, and adapting to peeople. Embarking on life’s journey and working diverse jobs early on set the stage for Andrew’s career, which was marked by determination and a strong commitment to the industry as well as people.

He is a corporate real estate advisor to companies from all around the globe. Though, being from and living in New York and always being around a diverse group of people has influenced his success massively. He is known by his colleagues and friends as the one who can make anything fun and that there is nobody more loyal. Clients know him as the most patient and passionate businessman they work with.

His real estate career comprises diverse responsibilities, each contributing a unique element to enhance his skills in providing effective real estate solutions. He’s gone through it all, from handling local real estate deals to managing big corporate mergers. With all this experience, he’s mastered the real estate game and is now viewed as a reliable mentor that newcomers can trust for guidance and advice.

Reflecting on his life experiences, Zang once said, “Every job I’ve had has been a step towards where I am today.” He believes that to be the best in this business; you must keep learning and be as flexible as possible with your personality and “provide empathy, as that is what makes up the passion within compassion”.

Zang’s ideology transcends mere number crunching and financial gains. As a devoted father of two daughters, Zang greatly advocates emotional intelligence and, most importantly, “self-awareness.” He often says that making it big in this business isn’t just about quick achievements – it’s about growing step by step and understanding who you are as you move forward in your career.

To explore Andrew Zang’s experiences and perspectives in the corporate real estate sector, consider visiting his LinkedIn profile or viewing his professional background on the Savills website.

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CEOWORLD magazine - Latest - CEO Spotlight - Meet Andrew Zang, New York’s Most Emotionally Intelligent
Despina Wilson
I am a senior editor and data journalist at CEOWORLD magazine. My job involves using infographics to report on news topics related to business and policy, with a global perspective. I hold a master's degree in journalism and have worked for newspapers and reporting projects in both the US and the UK, giving me a unique transatlantic perspective. I believe that data can enhance coverage of all news topics. As a contributor, I plan cover a wide range of issues, such as gender equality, climate change, labor, and immigration, using relevant statistics and insightful visualizations.