Great Leaders act! Here are key characteristics of how they do it, and a self-test to see how you are doing.
This issue of our court leadership caseflow profiles covers communication, education, and training. These methods of sharing will support caseflow awareness.
Are Leaders and Managers different? Here are the common distinctions between these two roles in administering any organization.
This posting reviews the court leadership competency of the purposes and responsibilities of courts.
President Lincoln exhibited many excellent leadership traits as during his presidency. Here are the key things he did to overcome many challenges and be one of our greatest Presidents.
Courts operate through the contributions of all court staff. Court managers are responsible for the important topic of workforce management.
The revised International Framework for Court Excellence is an excellent resource for courts as we continue to respond to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. The courts in Singapore, Republic of Marshall Islands, and the United States have taken many actions to apply the IFCE.
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.