Mentoring can be great. Here are a few tips on how to find a good mentor, as well as avoiding the mistake of establishing a mento:mentee relationship in the same organizational unit.
Helpful tips on being a great court administrator from a legendary Clerk of Court.
Those familiar with court or judicial administration may be familiar with sources of professional training or content (for example, from the National Association for Court Management, the Institute for Court Management at the National Center for State Courts, the University of Denver Sturm College of Law Master of Science in Legal Administration, or Michigan State … Continue reading A Court Leadership Question For You…
The U.S. Supreme Court building has its main courtroom, and a little-known basketball court above the courtroom -- and the athletic court has been dubbed the "highest court in the land." Check out the recent article in Sports Illustrated for interesting stories and details.
What advice would you give your YOUNGER self? A recent issue of Success Magazine (March 2018) had an article called “10 Things Successful People Never do Again,” and in it included items that business leaders would remind themselves about, as part of learning from their experience…. Looking back on your experiences, what would you include … Continue reading A Court Leadership Question For You
The 2018 NACM annual conference was jam-packed with great education, concentrating on mindful behaviors, access to justice, and technology. Here is a summary of what I found worthwhile to share.
The U.S. has a national and many state court systems -- are there any differences between them for a court administrator? Yes, but remember that a court is a court anywhere!
Employee performance appraisals are at best mediocre, if not terrible-- and we persist in making them so. Why?
Situational Leadership is a helpful model to understand how to better supervise and lead staff by treating each as an individual.
"Fad Surfing" is the practice of managers adopting the latest management "fad" without critically thinking about whether it fits your organization.