The Center, in collaboration, with the Planning Committee for New CUE Education developed this online resource as one component of education for new CUEs. The tool kit is designed to connect new CUEs to many of the resources that will educate and support them during their first three years leading and managing their court unit. The competencies that form the foundation for the Tool Kit are Business Acumen and Organizational Savvy.
The goals of the Tool Kit are to help newly appointed CUEs navigate through the roles and responsibilities of their executive leadership position on a national and local level, strengthen their organizational and managerial effectiveness, and broaden their leadership knowledge and network.
The New CUE Tool Kit includes helpful links to specific resources, multimedia segments on a range of topics, and actions newly appointed CUEs can take to further enhance their managerial and leadership capacity. It also includes other categories to help new CUEs expand their leadership role nationally and locally and benefit from the insights of seasoned judiciary executives on a range of topics. Some category highlights include:
· New to the Federal Judiciary: onboard newly appointed CUEs who are also new to the federal judiciary;
· CUE Responsibilities and Roles: onboard new CUEs to the scope of responsibilities in the position and role, based on the court unit they are leading and managing;
· First 90 Days: assist newly appointed CUEs with learning more about the critical administrative, operational, and technical responsibilities and the court they are leading and managing during the first 90 days in the position; and
· Interviews with CUEs: provide insights from seasoned judiciary executives on relevant leadership and management topics.
For more information about the Tool Kit and new CUE education, contact Senior Education Specialist Garbo Cheung-Jasik, 202-502-4103, or firstname.lastname@example.org. For general information on leadership and management education for judiciary executives, visit the Center’s Executive Education web page.