This posting describes the court leadership caseflow management practice of using performance goals and targets - important foundations for accountability.
This posting profiles one of the proven caseflow management practices - that of leadership. Included are examples of when leadership is used for caseflow and case handling.
Court leaders usually have direct or indirect responsibility for caseflow management. What is caseflow management? This posting introduces a series on caseflow management best practices. Postings will provide examples of each proven practice and include examples and illustrations of the practice in use.
This posting includes snapshots of all thirteen NACM CORE® Competencies and can serve as a quick summary of suggested knowledge, skills, and abilities to be a better court leader.
Judicial branch operations rely upon the development, education, and skills of employees - including those of the court leader, who should be a learning leader.
Judicial branch operations depend on the education and skills of employees. This posting summarizes the court leader competency of educational development.
Court leaders can seek to be aware and build ethical performance around that awareness. It will support trust in the leader and in the court.
Ethical behaviors allow a court leader to demonstrate a personal commitment and be a steward of resources and processes. This summary review the leadership competency of ethics.
Court leaders can make the most of their budget responsibilities by linking budget and fiscal operations to the court mission and goals.
Budgeting and fiscal management remains a responsibility of court leaders. This posting includes a summary of budget knowledge, skills, and abilities.