To register for this course: Please click on the Download Agenda on the right screen, complete and return registration as instructed.
Please register by October 4, 2019 by downloading the flyer (link above). Complete it and scan it back to Pascha Steward, email@example.com. Should you have any question contact Pascha at 202.296.3390, ext. 760.
Course Overview: Ethics is Good Business® ShortCourse™ (Required)
This course helps you understand the impact that ethical behavior can have on your professional performance and your property's bottom line. By working through difficult ethical dilemmas, you'll develop the confidence to follow through, even when facing adversity.
KEY TOPIC AREAS: tenant relations • triple bottom line • confidentiality recordkeeping and SOX • trade secrets • proper use of funds • conflicts of interest • corporate social responsibility • environmental stewardship
INSTRUCTOR: Glen Hugo, Regional Manager, MRP Real Estate Services Group, LLC
Glenn has 20 years of commercial property management experience. Prior to joining MRP in 2013, Glenn was the Director of Property Management at Republic Properties, a D.C.-based developer, owner and manager of 2 million square feet of office properties, which included the Portals Complex. Glenn manages a portfolio of over 4 million square feet at MRP. He is active in AOBA/BOMI, where he is a local and international TOBY judge, as well as an instructor for the RPA program. Glenn holds a B.A. degree in Psychology & Sociology from Rutgers University. He has also earned his RPA, FMA and CCIM designations.
COURSE FEE: Member: $670 | Non-member: $705. *Additional one-time $225 enrollment fee for new students. *First coursebook is included in the course fee.
EXAM FEE: Computer-Based Testing (CBT) is included in the course fee.
*BOMI International will send CBT information.
If you have not received this information one month after the start of class, contact BOMI International directly at 1.800.235.2664 or Service@bomi.org.
DIRECTIONS: This course will be taught at the AOBA office. This location can be accessed from two Metro stations: Farragut West (orange and blue lines) and Farragut North