Managing the Organization
January 9, 16, 23, 30, February 6, 13, 20, March 6
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Alexandria Real Estate, 400 Technology Square, Cambridge
This newly redesigned course will help you become an effective manager and leader in your organization. Your role will take on new meaning as you learn and understand the impact that you can have on your organization and on the individuals who work for you. The course will reinforce the theory and strategies with a new case study in which management practices are applied to address industry trends and issues related to enhancing the value of an asset.
Managerial roles and leadership skills | organizational culture and effective group/team management | strategies for planning, controlling, decision making, and problem solving | skills for improving communication and motivating employees | lessons on how to implement change successfully | sustainable strategies for managing building operations
Instructor - Mark Giampa- Related Beal
Mark Giampa joined Beal and Company, Inc. in April of 2002 where he managed Ledgemont Center and Waltham Corporate before
becoming the General Manager of the Seaport Center in August of 2006. After the sale of the Seaport Center in May of 2012, Mark has taken on the responsibility of overseeing a number of properties within the Related Beal |Commercial Portfolio. Mark started in Property Management in 1997 working as an Operations Manager for Beacon Properties. Shortly after the merger of Beacon Properties and Equity Office, Mark became a Property Manager for Equity Office’s Cambridge portfolio and later managed some of Equity’s most prestigious assets in Boston’s Financial District.
Mark is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and holds the Real Property Manager’s (RPA) designation offered by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and the Certified Property Manager’s (CPM) designation offered by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM). Mark is also a certified Building Owners and Managers Institute (BOMI) Instructor.
BOMA Members who are current BOMI students may sign in to register online.
Non-members and new BOMI students may contact Cam Archibald at firstname.lastname@example.org and 617-399-7868 and submit a registration form.