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LPC Senior Property Managers Complete BOMA Georgia’s CRE Leadership Masters Program

17 Jul 2018

Lincoln Property Company Southeast Senior Property Managers Neschune Henry and Anita Scarborough recently completed the Building Owners and Managers Association of Georgia (BOMA) 2018 CRE Leadership Masters Program. Through experiential learning, executive coaching sessions and project presentations, this certification program helps prepare CRE professionals to meet the leadership challenges of tomorrow.

During the program, each participant is required to research, plan and implement a project that will contribute to their industry, company and association in a meaningful way. Henry was selected from the group as one of four presenters that will deliver a presentation at BOMA’s Fall workshop on October 9. She notes that the program helped her overcome her fear of public speaking. “The course has provided me with the necessary tools that I can continue to use as a manager to help develop and coach my team,” Henry added.

The CRE Leadership Masters Program is open to all those working in CRE, not just those in top management positions. Scarborough encourages all team members to complete this course. “By enrolling in this program, new staff members will gain knowledge of what is expected of a leader and more experienced staff members will discover that there is still so much more we can learn,” she added. Scarborough hopes to see the class grow to include any staff who are interested in pursuing a leadership role.

Shane Froman, vice president of management services at Lincoln, believes these programs create stronger leaders. “This kind of proactive investment pays off in the long run by ensuring our team members are prepared to handle all industry issues and provide the best service and experience for our clients,” Froman remarks. “We’re thrilled to congratulate Neschune and Anita on reaching this milestone, and look forward to supporting all of our employees in future opportunities for growth and leadership development.”