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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 11/13/2024 at 1:00 PM (EST)

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 10/09/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    In a society where litigation seems like the norm, how can you as a CRE Professional protect yourself and your company from lawsuits and potentially a denied insurance claim. It starts with understanding the elements of risk and how all contracts assign responsibility and a duty of care. Well designed and written contracts are the key to assigning responsibility to the proper party and making sure the financial assets are there when a loss is incurred. Take a deep dive into the rarely understood (even by some lawyers) area of risk and insurance.

    In a society where litigation seems like the norm, how can you as a CRE Professional protect yourself and your company from lawsuits and potentially a denied insurance claim. It starts with understanding the elements of risk and how all contracts assign responsibility and a duty of care. Well designed and written contracts are the key to assigning responsibility to the proper party and making sure the financial assets are there when a loss is incurred.  Take a deep dive into the rarely understood (even by some lawyers) area of risk and insurance.
      
    Learning Objectives

    At the end of the webinar, attendees will be able to:

    • Understand the how to Identify, Avoid, Mitigate and Transfer Risk.
    • Understand Liability and Indemnity in Contracts and how Insurance works.
    • How well designed and written contracts protect the Balance Sheet of Owners, Managers and Vendors.
    • What does a Certificate of Insurance (COI) tell you and is it valuable.

    Joe Markling

    President, Principal Advisor

    C7 Advisory Group, LLC

    Joe Markling has been in the Commercial Real Estate Industry going on 44 years in a wide variety of roles including, Property Management, Asset Management, Property Operations, Insurance and Risk Management, Corporate Services, Client Management and Executive Leadership. In addition, Joe is pursued regularly as an instructor, presenter and public speaker who is excited to watch his audience learn and grow as he considers himself a lifelong learner! 

    His contributions to many textbooks, publications and certifications makes him a recognized expert in all things CRE.  Recently he published a series titled Thoughts on Leadership on LinkedIn and that remains a passion as he is currently providing Executive / Organizational Development and Coaching to companies and individuals.

    He is an active member of BOMA San Antonio and BOMA International. He has served as President of BOMA Greater Los Angeles, the Executive Committee of BOMA International and as Chair and CEO of BOMA International. 

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 09/25/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Gain insights and practical skills to understand and manage attributes such as self-awareness and relationship management to assess challenges, manage behaviors and relationships. Join this interactive and engaging panel as they discuss property management use cases to address common scenarios and effective problem-solving!

    Unlock the power of self-awareness and relationship management! Join us for an interactive session where you’ll gain insights and practical skills to tackle challenges, and understand and manage self-awareness, relationship building. Our speakers will dive into real-world property management case using two emotional intelligence competency models from experts in the field. Don’t miss this chance to discover effective problem-solving techniques and enhance your emotional intelligence!

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Gain an understanding of Emotional Intelligence 
    • Obtain an introduction to Dr. Travis Bradberry’s Model of 4 primary EI skills, including self-awareness and self-management, and social awareness and relationship management 
    • Define Daniel Goleman’s Competencies Model, focusing on how to recognize and regulate personal and social awareness  
    • Apply Daniel Goleman’s Competencies Model to manage conflict and relationships 

    Wendy Morton-Huddleston

    CEO & Partner

    WMH Advisors LLC

    Wendy Morton-Huddleston is the CEO of WMH Advisors LLC.  WMH Advisors is a strategic consultancy driving impactful professional, business and boardroom results in governance, leadership development, board readiness, branding and the success of women leaders and allies.  Wendy is a Board Director for NABA Inc., United Way National Capital Area (NCA) and Past AGA National President and Board Chair (2020-2021).  Wendy provides strategic insights in risk, compliance and controls, governance, business transformation, and value creation to clients across public and private sectors.  Wendy has a Corporate Board Governance Certificate from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, Executive Leadership Certificate from Cornell University, MBA and MS in Finance from the University of Maryland and a BS in Finance from Norfolk State University. 

    Alex Yow

    Senior Program Manager

    Amazon

    Alex Yow is a CPA and program manager specializing in global expansion, process improvement, and automation. He loves to solve complex challenges working across cross-functional, global teams. He is an expert in understanding accounting/financial requirements and communicating those requirements to technology, tax, and business operations teams to deliver high quality results in a timely manner. On his free time, Alex coaches a national-level Taekwondo team and enjoys hiking/nature.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 09/11/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 08/21/2024 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    Explore the basics of financial management through BOMA International’s budgeting course. Understand the differences between budgets and business plans and how they contribute to organizational success. Learn about strategy, tactics, and asset value to help you make informed decisions for profitability and competitiveness. Develop a strong understanding of key accounting concepts, including financial statements. Dive into practical budgeting techniques for income, operating expenses, and capital expenditures to improve resource allocation and cost control.

    Explore the basics of financial management through BOMA International’s budgeting course. Understand the differences between budgets and business plans and how they contribute to organizational success. Learn about strategy, tactics, and asset value to help you make informed decisions for profitability and competitiveness. Develop a strong understanding of key accounting concepts, including financial statements. Dive into practical budgeting techniques for income, operating expenses, and capital expenditures to improve resource allocation and cost control.

    Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, attendees will be able to...

    Budgets vs. Business Plans
    1. Differentiate between budgets (short-term financial plans) and business plans (long-term strategic documents).
    2. Explain how budgets align with overall business goals and strategies.
    3. Analyze the impact of budget decisions on the organization’s financial health.
    Strategy, Tactics, and Asset Value:
    1. Define strategic planning and its relevance to commercial real estate.
    2. Identify tactics for optimizing asset value, such as lease negotiations, cost control, and revenue enhancement.
    3. Evaluate the impact of strategic decisions on long
    Key Accounting Concepts
    1. Describe the role of accounting in real estate operations.
    2. Explore concepts like cash vs. accrual accounting, modified accounting, and ethical considerations.
    3. Understand how accounting practices impact financial reporting and decision-making.
    Budgeting Income, Operating Expenses, and Capital Expenses
    1. Break down income sources (rent, ancillary income) and project future income
    2. Estimate operating expenses (utilities, maintenance, property management fees) accurately.
    3. Plan for capital expenses (renovations, major repairs) and allocate funds strategically.
    This session is Part 1 of a 3-Part Series!
    This 3-part budgeting series is tailored for emerging professionals in commercial real estate. Designed to equip participants with essential skills for navigating financial landscapes in property management, this series blends theory with practical applications. 
    • Session Two (January 15, 2025) delves deeper into the intricacies of budgeting by exploring different lease types and reviewing how operating expenses are calculated and billed to tenants. 
    • Session Three (January 29, 2025) focuses on grossing up operating expenses. 

    Registration is coming soon! To reserve your spot ahead of time, contact education@boma.org

    This session is approved for 1 CEU. The live session is also approved for 1 AIA LUs. BOMA International's AIA Provider Number is 50110101. 

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    Marc Fischer, CPM, RPA, CCIM, LEED Green Associate, BOMA Fellow

    President | CEO, InsiRE Commercial Real Estate Services

    Marc Fischer is the President & CEO of InspiRE Training & Development. He is a Senior Commercial Real Estate Executive with proven success building and leading high-performance teams, delivering exceptional financial results for the business unit, and adding portfolio value through measurable gains in occupancy, tenant retention, and cost control. Marc is a nationally recognized facilitator and speaker on property management, asset management, and more. He also has a 25+ year background as a paramedic.

    Matt Faupel (Moderator)

    Senior Property Manager

    Cushman & Wakefield

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Are you looking to enhance the sustainability, efficiency, and overall performance of your industrial buildings? Join us for an in-depth exploration of two prominent building programs: the BOMA 360 Designation and the TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Awards. In this webinar, we'll delve into the unique criteria applied to industrial buildings under the BOMA 360 designation and TOBY Award program and help you gain insight into the application processes, including timelines, costs, and required documentation. We’ll also dive deep into the benefits associated with each program, tailored specifically for industrial buildings. See you there!

    Are you looking to enhance the sustainability, efficiency, and overall performance of your industrial buildings? Join us for an in-depth exploration of two prominent building programs: the BOMA 360 Designation and the TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Awards. In this webinar, we'll delve into the unique criteria applied to industrial buildings under the BOMA 360 designation and TOBY Award program and help you gain insight into the application processes, including timelines, costs, and required documentation. We’ll also dive deep into the benefits associated with each program, tailored specifically for industrial buildings. See you there!

    Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, attendees will be able to

    1. Define the similarities and differences between the BOMA 360 Designation and the TOBY Awards
    2. Identify the criteria specific to industrial buildings within the BOMA 360 and TOBY frameworks, as well as the application requirements
    3. Understand the various levels of competition within TOBY
    4. Apply practical recommendations when completing the application processes for BOMA 360 and TOBY

     This session is approved for 1 CEU. The live session is also approved for 1 AIA LUs. BOMA International's AIA Provider Number is 50110101. 

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    Amy Marsden

    Senior Area Director, Industrial Asset Services

    The RMR Group

    Amy Marsden is the Senior Area Director, Industrial Asset Services, at The RMR Group (Nasdaq: RMR). She oversees the property management of approximately 54 million square feet of industrial assets across the United States. In her role as Senior Area Director at The RMR Group, she directs a nationwide team of dedicated professionals, focused on providing operational excellence in property management and asset services, including evaluation of client/owner investment strategies. Amy has managed over 20 MSF of commercial properties in her 20 years of experience in property management, including working in third-party property management for JLL, Cushman Wakefield | Thalhimer, AECOM, and CBRE. Amy has been routinely recognized for high-quality leadership awards within her organizations, and is an active member of IREM, BOMA, CREW, ULI, and NAOIP. Furthermore, she collaborates closely with RMR’s Energy and Sustainability Team to support its pledge to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. This year, she led her colleagues in achieving BOMA 360 Performance Designations for 28 industrial properties, partnering with national tenants to advance their mutual environmental, social and governance goals. In addition, Amy is leading her Industrial Team in implementing RMR’s on-site solar energy strategy.

    Megan Tucciarelli

    Director, Customer Experience

    Link Logistics

    Megan is Link Logistics’ director of Customer Experience, focusing on serving some of the firm’s largest customers. Drawing on her background in operations, Megan proactively develops processes to improve customers’ relationships with the firm.   

    Prior to joining Link in 2021, Megan was senior property manager at EastGroup Properties, where she managed 3 million square feet of industrial assets in the Orlando market. Before transitioning to her current role at Link, she was associate director for the firm’s Central Florida markets, covering Tampa, Orlando, and Jacksonville.   
     
    Megan is the current co-chair of BOMA International’s industrial committee and a BOMA International industrial TOBY winner.

    Elizabeth David, RPA, FMA

    Senior Vice President, Property Management

    Bridge Industrial

    Elizabeth “Liz” David has been in commercial real estate for over 20 years.  With experience in office, retail and industrial she has been working in the industrial arena for the past 12 years.  She currently heads the Property Management team for Bridge Industrial’s Florida market which includes both owned assets as well as third party contracts. 

    Liz holds her Real Property Administrator (RPA) and Facility Management Administrator (FMA) designations as well as the Certified Property Manager (CPM).  Her award-winning team includes local and regional wins as well as individual awards on the local level.  

    Susan Hammer, BOMA Fellow, RPA-HP, LEED AP OM (Moderator)

    Managing Principal

    Hammer4 Real Estate Services

    Susan Hammer is a BOMA Fellow and founder and managing principal of Hammer4 Real Estate Services leveraging her 40 years of property management experience and expertise to benefit the real estate industry.  Susan led her property team to a BOMA International Outstanding Building of the Year award (TOBY) in the Over 1 million Square Feet category and continues to partner with BOMA International, local BOMA Associations, and property teams on the BOMA 360 and TOBY programs.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join us as we explore unconscious bias and its impact on our personal and professional lives. Led by Andrew Adeniyi, this session will unravel the complexities of biases that influence our decision-making processes and interactions with others. Participants will learn strategies to improve their emotional intelligence and learn how to become more aware of biases so they can begin to navigate them effectively. Whether you're a professional, a team leader, or an individual looking to foster a more inclusive environment, this webinar offers valuable insights and practical tools to address unconscious biases effectively. Don't miss this opportunity to embark on a journey towards greater self-awareness, empathy, and bias disruption. Register now and equip yourself with the skills to create positive change in your workplace and beyond!

    Join us as we explore unconscious bias and its impact on our personal and professional lives. Led by Andrew Adeniyi, this session will unravel the complexities of biases that influence our decision-making processes and interactions with others. Participants will learn strategies to improve their emotional intelligence and learn how to become more aware of biases so they can begin to navigate them effectively. Whether you're a professional, a team leader, or an individual looking to foster a more inclusive environment, this webinar offers valuable insights and practical tools to address unconscious biases effectively.

    Don't miss this opportunity to embark on a journey towards greater self-awareness, empathy, and bias disruption. Register now and equip yourself with the skills to create positive change in your workplace and beyond!

    Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, attendees will be able to

    1. Define and explain the concept of unconscious bias
    2. Recognize why biases in the workplace can impede overall organizational success 
    3. Apply strategies for disrupting bias, such as enhancing your emotional intelligence
    4. Develop SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound) goals aimed at disrupting biases 

     This session is approved for 1 CEU. The live session is also approved for 1 AIA LUs. BOMA International's AIA Provider Number is 50110101. 

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    Andrew Adeniyi

    CEO & Founder

    AAA Solutions

    Andrew is a first-generation Nigerian American from South Bend, Indiana, and the CEO & Founder of AAA Solutions; a consulting firm that provides workplace culture and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) consulting and training services.

    Andrew obtained his bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship and Corporate Innovation from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University Bloomington. He then went on to complete his Master of Science from Michigan State University in Management, Strategy & Leadership. Lastly, Andrew received a certificate in DEI in the Workplace from The Muma College of Business at The University of South Florida.

    With over 10 years of executive level management experience, Andrew has helped dozens of clients improve their employee engagement and create a sense of belonging within their organizations.

    Andrew currently resides just outside of Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife and three children. He published his first book titled The Circle of Leadership in the Summer of 2020. The book serves as an entrepreneurial framework on how to create and leverage culture. Andrew released his second book titled The Building Blocks of Belonging in January 2024. The book explores the intersection of workplace culture and DEI. 

    Hakan Ozsancak (Moderator)

    Vice President, Association Services and Publications

    BOMA International

    Hakan Ozsancak is Vice President Association Services & Publications at BOMA International. He oversees membership growth, working closely with all BOMA affiliates, growing BOMA’s building recognition programs; the 360, BOMA BEST, and the Toby’s. Hakan also is in charge of BOMA International’s editorial coverage, including short and long term articles, as well as its thought leadership such as the deep dives and how to handbooks. In addition, Hakan is the staff liaison to BOMA International’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion + Committee. He is a father of two girls, one with special needs. He advocates for disability rights and is an active DEI+ advocate!


  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In 2019, ASME updated the landscape of elevator safety by incorporating two-way text and one-way video into A17.1-2.27.1. Dive into the heart of this change with our webinar, designed to unravel the impact, intent, and subsequent implications on equipment, installation, and monitoring requirements. As an extra bonus, we will also explore the proper way to test for elevator phone compliance. Join us on this educational opportunity and empower yourself to navigate the changing landscape of elevator emergency communications with confidence and expertise.

    In 2019, ASME updated the landscape of elevator safety by incorporating two-way text and one-way video into A17.1-2.27.1. Dive into the heart of this change with our webinar, designed to unravel the impact, intent, and subsequent implications on equipment, installation, and monitoring requirements. As an extra bonus, we will also explore the proper way to test for elevator phone compliance.

    Join us on this educational opportunity and empower yourself to navigate the changing landscape of elevator emergency communications with confidence and expertise. 

    Learning Objectives: At the end of the webinar, attendees will be able to:

    • Identify the key updates and revisions introduced in the ASME A17.1, with a particular focus on 2.27.1, 2019 Elevator Code (safety standards, design requirements, and compliance procedures) with regards to emergency communications.
    • Understand how to meet the new requirements including the data required and impact of proprietary vs nonproprietary systems.
    • Understand how to properly test equipment for code compliance.
    • Gain insights into the practical implications of the ASME A17.1 2019 with a focus on ensuring compliance, enhancing safety and meeting ADA requirements.

     This session is approved for 1 CEU. The live session was also approved for 1 AIA LUs. BOMA International's AIA Provider Number is 50110101. 

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    James Bowers

    Solutions Engineering Manager

    Kings III Emergency Communications

    James Bowers has 20 years experience with Kings III Emergency Communications. For the last five years he has overseen the integration of all ASME 2019 compliant elevator systems, which require live video and two-way messaging for elevator entrapment assessment, into the Kings III Emergency Dispatch Center. James is also the developer and department head of the Solutions Engineering Department. In addition to being the subject matter experts for ASME 2019 code requirements, he and his team assist the Kings III sales and operations departments and their clients with navigating questions about the Kings III product line, the codes that govern them, and installation practices. 

    Daniel Goldstein

    National Product Manager

    Kings III Emergency Communications

    Daniel Goldstein is a seasoned product manager with over a decade of experience in bringing innovative solutions to market. With an understanding of consumer needs and market dynamics, he has led cross-functional teams to launch successful products across diverse industries, including elevators, specialty chemicals, and consumer goods. Daniel's strategic vision and collaborative approach have driven product innovation, resulting in tangible business growth and customer satisfaction. Leveraging his analytical skills and market insights, he excels in identifying emerging trends and translating them into actionable product strategies. Spending most of his elevator career at Rath-Janus, Daniel worked on developing one of the more prominent two-way video messaging products on the market today.

    Phillip Adams (Moderator)

    Industry Education and Engagement Specialist

    Kings III Emergency Communications

    Phillip Adams is an accomplished professional with a wealth of experience in training and education across various industries. Currently serving as an Industry Engagement and Education Specialist at Kings III Emergency Communications, he is dedicated to enhancing safety and communication practices in emergency response. Prior role at Kings III, he served as a Training Manager, where he developed and implemented comprehensive training programs to drive organizational success in the Emergency Dispatch Center. With over twenty years of experience, Phillip has demonstrated expertise in instructional design, facilitation, and performance analysis.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join our webinar to explore BOMA's flagship recognition programs. Begin your journey with BOMA BEST Certification, the foundation for operational excellence, sustainability leadership, and coveted awards. Then, dive into the BOMA 360 Designation, a vital stepping stone to TOBY achievement, focusing on crucial areas of building operations. Finally, discover the pinnacle of excellence with TOBY Awards, the industry's highest recognition for commercial buildings. In just one session, learn how these programs align to drive efficiencies and benefits, propelling your building management expertise to new heights. Don't miss this opportunity to unravel the keys to unparalleled success in commercial real estate. Join us for a concise and insightful exploration of BOMA's recognition programs.

    Join our webinar to explore BOMA's flagship recognition programs. Begin your journey with BOMA BEST Certification, the foundation for operational excellence, sustainability leadership, and coveted awards. Then, dive into the BOMA 360 Designation, a vital stepping stone to TOBY achievement, focusing on crucial areas of building operations. Finally, discover the pinnacle of excellence with TOBY Awards, the industry's highest recognition for commercial buildings. In just one session, learn how these programs align to drive efficiencies and benefits, propelling your building management expertise to new heights.

    Don't miss this opportunity to unravel the keys to unparalleled success in commercial real estate. Join us for a concise and insightful exploration of BOMA's recognition programs.

    Learning Objectives: At the end of this session, attendees will be able to…

    1. Define the similarities and differences between the BOMA BEST certification and BOMA 360 Designation
    2. Identify the key components and requirements of the BOMA BEST certification and BOMA 360 Designation
    3. Determine a roadmap for applying to the TOBY Awards, including the necessary documentation and inspections
    4. Understand how BOMA's recognition programs align and synergize to drive efficiencies and benefits for building management professionals

     This session is approved for 1 CEU. The live session was also approved for 1 AIA LUs. BOMA International's AIA Provider Number is 50110101. 

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    Benjamin L. Shinewald

    President and CEO

    BOMA Canada

    Benjamin L. Shinewald is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada (BOMA Canada).  Under Benjamin’s leadership, the organization’s flagship program, BOMA BEST, has grown dramatically, with 3,500 certifications in Canada and a growing number overseas, all driven in deep partnership with BOMA International.  BOMA BEST provides the world’s leading operational certification for the commercial real estate industry across both sustainable and smart-buildings verticals.  Beyond setting the industry standard, BOMA BEST also provides ongoing, cost-effective pathways for operational improvement over time.  BOMA Canada is also a worldwide leader in producing thought leadership, advocating for the industry and driving partnerships of all manner, as well as hosting BOMEX, Canada’s leading property management conference and much more. 

    Prior to joining BOMA Canada in 2012, Benjamin served as the CEO of Canadian Jewish Congress.  Earlier, he worked in the Privy Council Office and practiced law at Torys LLP. Benjamin previously served as a Law Clerk to the Chief Justice of Israel, worked at the Canadian Mission to the OECD in Paris and worked for the Winnipeg Jets Hockey Club.  He lives with his family in Toronto and is active in the community in his spare time.    

    Christopher Pereira

    Manager of Building Systems & Sustainability

    BentallGreenOak

    Manager of Building Systems and Sustainability for BGO (BentallGreenOak) in Vancouver, BC, Christopher is a current BOMA Member and BC Hydro Energy Manager with more than five years of experience collaborating with a team of property managers on a portfolio of more than 40 properties. Christopher's work focuses on property certification, system decarbonization, and meeting net-zero emissions targets.  

    Susan Hammer, BOMA Fellow, RPA-HP, LEED AP OM

    Managing Principal

    Hammer4 Real Estate Services

    Susan Hammer is a BOMA Fellow and founder and managing principal of Hammer4 Real Estate Services leveraging her 40 years of property management experience and expertise to benefit the real estate industry.  Susan led her property team to a BOMA International Outstanding Building of the Year award (TOBY) in the Over 1 million Square Feet category and continues to partner with BOMA International, local BOMA Associations, and property teams on the BOMA 360 and TOBY programs.

    Hakan Ozsancak (Moderator)

    Vice President, Association Services and Publications

    BOMA International

    Hakan Ozsancak is Vice President Association Services & Publications at BOMA International. He oversees membership growth, working closely with all BOMA affiliates, growing BOMA’s building recognition programs; the 360, BOMA BEST, and the Toby’s. Hakan also is in charge of BOMA International’s editorial coverage, including short and long term articles, as well as its thought leadership such as the deep dives and how to handbooks. In addition, Hakan is the staff liaison to BOMA International’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion + Committee. He is a father of two girls, one with special needs. He advocates for disability rights and is an active DEI+ advocate!