Ethics Is Good Business® ShortCourse

October 13, 2022|8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Member - $425| Non-member - $525| Additional $100 Late Fee for registrations after October 6 .  The fee for this course has been reduced due to a scholarship provided by the BOMA Georgia Foundation.  

Ethics Is Good Business® ShortCourse will provide you with the tools to make sound ethical decisions. As you will discover, the information in this coursebook provides a framework for analyzing and responding to ethical problems. During this ShortCourse, you will read passages that reinforce the key concepts and issues presented. You will also encounter specific case studies that illustrate the need for you to have a firm ethical foundation for the decisions you will make.

Key topic areas include:  the triple bottom line • tenant relations • confidentiality • recordkeeping • trade secrets • proper use of funds • conflicts of interest

Applies to:  FMA® and RPA® designations

Important Update about Coursebooks:
  As of February 2021, BOMI has made the decision that all students enrolled in BOMI classes will receive a digital course book (eBook) with their enrollment. To access the book, students will need to use an eReader on their computer, tablet, smartphone or other smart device.

Order a Printed Book: For an additional $65 charge, students that wish to receive a physical book can add the item to their registration.  The book will be available the first day of the course.  
 
When
10/13/2022 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Where
BOMA Georgia Conference Center 5901 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, NE Building C, Suite 300 Atlanta 30328

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