Court Leader’s Advantage Podcast Episode: May 17, 2022 Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM This country’s mental health crisis is by no means limited to adults. We know that young people frequently suffer from traumatic events. This fact has only been made worse by the scourge of COVID. A recent survey by the Pew Research … Continue reading Behavioral Health and the Young: Adolescents and The Mental Health Crisis
This posting on court leadership and caseflow management best practices is on the practice of performance management - the use of performance data and information.
The pandemic has caused widespread anxiety, depression, and other mental health problems. Here are some tips to improve your own mental health in these trying times. It all starts with self-care!
Court Leader’s Advantage Podcast Episode: April 19, 2022 Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM One unintended consequence of the COVID pandemic has been a phenomenon called “The Great Resignation.” Large numbers of American workers have either quit their jobs or (after being laid off) have chosen not to return to their previous employer. CBS News … Continue reading The Great Resignation: How Has It Affected the Courts?
This posting covers the caseflow management practice of performance measurement - to track and capture data and metrics related to caseflow management.
Question of Ethics: A Conversation on Courts and Ethics – Summer 2022 Edition of the Court Manager Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM NACM has made a commitment to the values of providing equal justice regardless of race, gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or identity, disability, or social economic status. What is the court’s ethical obligation, particularly … Continue reading Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: What is the Court’s Duty?
Great Leaders act! Here are key characteristics of how they do it, and a self-test to see how you are doing.
This issue considers the use of technology for caseflow management, which can facilitate case handling and caseflow.
A key to providing excellent public service is the competency level of court staff members. To be competent, we need to know what we need to do and how to do it. Knowledge and skills in technical/operational and behavioral areas are basic areas.
Court Leader’s Advantage Podcast Episode: March 15, 2022 Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM In our last two episodes on mental health and the courts we talked about the fact that traditional criminal case management is not meeting the needs of the people we serve. We must develop a new comprehensive and collaborative model. We … Continue reading Mental Health and the Courts: The Collaborative Court and Community Effective Criminal Case Management