It has been just about 50 days of the new “normal”! So, what has changed … I now know the precise interval for each news cast in order to move between Lester Holt and Norah O’Donnell to gather the “facts” … I know that there is no actual way to predict New England weather… I MUST suit up to buy groceries … I find it interesting to see how people are creating masks to match personality and mood while ensuring safety … it takes me exactly 1 hour to “Clorox” my groceries and put them all away …
Even as social distancing guidelines change, the reality is that many of us will continue to conduct large portions of our jobs remotely. While you’ve probably already been on many video calls, it’s worth re-evaluating your options and considering adjustments that will cost nothing except a few minutes of your time. A few changes could make it a more pleasant and effective experience for everyone involved.
In the midst of the pandemic, ICM is breaking new ground by offering its first-ever blended online course. The course, Public Relations, is designed to help court managers communicate effectively with the public, justice partners and judges and court staff.
Many judges believe that a pandemic is not their problem, it’s the problem of the state’s supreme court, court administration or some other entity. This webcast series will emphasize that all judicial branch employees, including judges, have a role to play.
The State Justice Institute’s mission is to improve the quality of justice in state courts and foster innovative, efficient solutions for common issues faced by all courts. SJI recognizes that funding plays an important role in fostering innovation. In recognition that many courts are unfamiliar with these funding opportunities and how these resources can be leveraged, SJI is launching a Funding Toolkit for State Courts and Justice System Partners in the coming weeks.
Leaders making difficult choices should learn whether to listen to their head, heart or gut feeling, says Karlien Vanderheyden.
‘My head is saying one thing, my heart is saying another.’ A common cliché bandied around when making a tough decision. With business leaders and managers having to make fast, difficult choices on a daily basis, the struggle between what their head is saying and what their heart is saying is likely to be all too familiar.
Mark your calendars, for April 3 @ 12:00 Eastern, 11:00 Central, 10:00 Mountain, 9:00 Pacific. We will be discussing the following article: The Mysterious Popularity Of The Meaningless Myers-Briggs (MBTI) Check the member area for more information.