The prior posting on this site introduced the relationship of court leadership with responsibilities for caseflow management. Here is the first individual profile within a series of twelve proven caseflow practices. This one is on practicing LEADERSHIP. Leadership comes first because the use of leadership skills and techniques positions court leaders to demonstrate all of the other proven practices for successful caseflow management.
Within this practice profile, a definition of caseflow leadership is offered. A listing of actual actions that demonstrate caseflow leadership is noted, as is an example of how one court demonstrated strong caseflow leadership. Lastly, brief caseflow leadership implementation tips are suggested.
Your experiences and insights on this topic of caseflow leadership are invited and welcomed.