A court leader can be the chief storyteller and provide information about the purposes and responsibilities of the court.
This posting reviews the court leadership competency of the purposes and responsibilities of courts.
Court Leader’s Advantage Video Podcast: Bonus Episode Brought to you in cooperation with NACM Our July Court Leader’s Advantage video podcast episode on courts and protest marches has garnered considerable interest. Over 300 viewers have accessed the episode. Among those who watched the episode was Norman Meyer, Retired Clerk of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for … Continue reading Court Professionals and Protests: What Should You Be Thinking About Now? Bonus Episode
Court leaders are increasingly responsible for court performance and accountability. This article reviews why leaders should embrace the use of performance measures.
In this time of attention to systemic discrimination in our justice systems, it is critically important to make Diversity & Inclusion a priority in court administration. This article outlines the actions that court administrators can take to make Diversity and Inclusion a reality.
A key component of fulfilling the public's trust in the judicial branch is achieving diversity and inclusion in the staff and operations of the court.
It’s hard to deny that our interest is captivated on how we in courts adjust to the Coronavirus challenges: immediacy of operational changes, unfolding information, and an unknown and evolving nature of dealing with and creating a new work environment. Do these sound familiar with regards to what courts and court staff are facing? Courts, … Continue reading These Times Call for Adaptive Leadership!
The latest editions of the IACA & NACM journals have great, thought-provoking articles. Here are the titles of several that caught my eye (and links to read).
Fulfilling the Public’s Trust: Quality. A basic key to providing excellent public service is the quality of work. Accuracy, timeliness, and exceeding user expectations are essential measures of quality.
Court Leader's Advantage Podcast: August 2019 Episode From O.J. Simpson, to Trayvon Martin and Casey Anthony, we have become used to the media targeting trials and turning them into spectacles. Many in the public see them as entertainment; often they become a lightning rod for political controversy. All the while jurors must be protected and … Continue reading The Network’s On the Phone: Pulling Back the Curtain on High Profile Trials