ICM → CCE (Virtual)

Executive Decision Making 2 (CCE) - October 2024 (2024-10-22-EDM2-VNP)

October 22-23, 29-30, 2024 Eastern Time on all 4 days

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Course description:
The Executive Decision-Making course provides court leaders with tools they can use to enhance a court’s effectiveness, efficiency, fairness, and accessibility. The course teaches court leaders to: evaluate data; be a knowledgeable consumer of research studies; diagnose court operations challenges; and create and communicate proposed solutions.

As a result of participating in this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how leadership styles, court culture and governance structures impact executive decision-making.

  • Apply leadership frameworks such as loosely coupled systems, productive pairs and servant leadership, to enhance executive decision making in their own court.

  • Create strategies to apply data-driven principles, evidence-based practices, national standards and best practices to address local court challenges and strategic priorities.

  • Implement strategies to adapt to the changing environment, including leveraging “big data,” using artificial intelligence, incorporating visual data displays, and using business intelligence and analytic tools.

  • Examine the ethical considerations inherent in the challenges of executive decision-making.

Completion rules
  • All units must be completed