Is there an Ethical Dilemma in Commercial Real Estate?
Discover how to F3 (Find, Focus and Fix) it to Promote Growth! — In this webinar, you will discover what areas in the commercial real estate industry may be vulnerable to unethical practices and how to fix them. By mitigating ethical issues, you will see how you can promote growth in commercial real estate. This webinar will demonstrate how to abate unethical practices across the industry whether you are a real estate service provider, property manager or building owner! In addition, this webinar will explore the workforce’s ethical responsibilities as it relates to the organizations’ mission.
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Elaborate on common ethical breeches in the commercial real estate industry.
- Discuss the reasons why ethical dilemmas exist in industry.
- Identify ways an employer can implement ethical practices in the workplace.
- Explain what an employee can do if they discover that a colleague is violating their company’s code of ethics.
- Articulate how the ethical framework shapes an organization’s ethical practices.
This session is approved for 1.75 CEU. The live session was also approved for 1.75 AIA LUs. BOMA International's AIA Provider Number is 50110101.
Dr. Alfred Robinson
Masters Global Empowerment Group LLC
Dr. Alfred (Al) Robinson is the Chief Executive Officer for Masters Global Empowerment Group LLC. located in Maryland, where he serves as the subject matter expert in ethics, fraud, leadership, innovation, and communication. He also serves as the Senior Training Advisor within the Department of Defense (DoD) located in Washington D.C. In this role, he advises senior executives on the Global Learning Management System (LMS) enterprise-wide for instructor led and computer base training for multiple systems in one hundred and forty plus countries. Previously, he served as the Chief of Personnel for the Air Force Element (AFELM) in the Intelligence Community (IC), Chief of the Essential Personnel Services for the Defense Attaché’ Services, IC; J1 Chief for DoD at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. Prior to DoD, Dr. Robinson served as the Talent Acquisition Manager at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA). Before that assignment, he served as the Talent Acquisition Manager on Capitol Hill. He retired from the U.S. Air Force as the Chief of Acquisition for the D.C, Maryland and Virginia region. He completed his post graduate work at Walden University and his graduate work at Central Michigan University. He is a Master Performance Consultant and is certified in Human Resources (HRC), Lean Six Sigma (LSS) and as a Special Security Officer (SSO).