The foundation of the curriculum is a set of competencies for court leaders that were identified by judges, court executives and staff. Competencies are simply the knowledge, skills and attributes needed for a person to be successful in a particular position or role. Programming, resources, and learning activities are and will continue to be designed to help participants enhance and expand their mastery of the relevant competencies.
Center staff continues to partner with an executive education advisory committee and specific program planning committees to design and develop leadership education to judiciary executives. These advisors assist the Center in setting and prioritizing goals, assisting with and determining the learning needs of the audience, and recommending delivery methods for programming.
The groups below are the audiences for executive education:
· Chief judge programing – for district, bankruptcy, and circuit judges;
· Court unit executive programming – for new and experienced executives; and
· Deputy court unit executive programming – for new and experienced deputy executives.
For further information about any executive education programming, see FJC Online.
Contact FJC Assistant Division Director for Executive Education Lori Murphy at 202-502-4109 or email@example.com for more information about on-going efforts in executive education.