Robert Teed

Robert Teed

Robert Teed serves as Vice President of Corporate Services for ServiceNow, leading Real Estate, Workplace Services, Procurement, Travel and Business Continuity Management.  He joined ServiceNow in 2016.  Robert also serves on the Board of Directors of CoreNet Northern California, currently as Immediate Past President (2019/2020).  

Important influencers of Robert’s work at ServiceNow are the intangibles – purpose, values, culture, brand, engagement, productivity, collaboration, etc. – that help drive great employee experiences.   He believes that it’s through the great experiences that employees are enabled do their best work.

Robert holds the SLCR, MCR, LEED AP, and CFM designations, and is a licensed real estate broker in California. He also holds a business degree from Saint Mary’s College, and a professional certificate in Facilities Management from UC Berkeley, a program in which he also taught after graduating.  

https://www.linkedin.com/in/robertteed/


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