The leadership curriculum (http://fjc.dcn/content/316136/leadership-curriculum-new-chief-judges) for new chief judges consists of three components:
Leadership Toolkit for New Chief Judges
· Future chief judges will have access to online leadership resources that will allow them to better transition to their new role. The toolkit will launch Spring 2017.
Face-to-Face Seminar for New Chief Judges
· New chief judges will be invited to attend a one-and-a-half-day workshop with other new chief district and bankruptcy judges. During this seminar, participants will focus on their leadership values, their vision, and the culture of their respective courts. The first of these seminars will be offered June 12–13, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
Face-to-Face Seminar for New Chief Judges and Their Court Unit Executives
· New chief judges will be invited to attend a two-day workshop with other new district and bankruptcy chief judges along with the court unit executive(s) from their own court. During this seminar, participants will develop a plan to implement the chief judge’s vision for the court by building a strong executive team. We plan to offer these seminars at least once per year. The first of these seminars will be offered June 14–15, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
This curriculum was developed in consultation with a planning committee of current and former chief district and bankruptcy judges
Questions about the curriculum can be directed to Senior Education Specialists Jane Nelson (at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-502-4135) or Michael Siegel (at email@example.com or 202-502-4107).