Courts operate through the contributions of all court staff. Court managers are responsible for the important topic of workforce management.
Court Leaders Should be Masters and Maestros of Caseflow Management.
Caseflow management is at the center of what courts do. This post shares information about caseflow management practices.
Court leaders are increasingly responsible for court performance and accountability. This article reviews why leaders should embrace the use of performance measures.
Court leaders increasingly consider the use of performance measures to be accountable, make operational decisions, and demonstrate performance. This competency reviews skill areas to practice accountability and court performance.
This article focuses on managing yourself as a leader. There are times when leaders need to manage themselves and recharge or realign.
Courts are finding themselves interacting with unlikely collaborators. This presents an interesting public relations opportunity. This article recaps actions that might be useful when partnering with different players.
Court leaders are now facing a different type of public relations challenge and opportunity - that of increased collaboration with others - both inside and outside of the justice system.
There are various roles that a court leader may need to exhibit and master. This articles reviews those roles and preferences noted from our colleagues.
Court administrator leadership responsibilities are multi-faceted and wide ranging. Court leaders are called upon to demonstrate a mastery of skills and professional competencies. Administrative duties range from caseflow management, to human resource and fiscal management, and to facility and security oversight. Increasingly, court leaders are also called upon to administer technology, collaborate and coordinate with … Continue reading Court Leadership – Responsibilities and Skills that are Varied and Diverse