To have a modern court or tribunal system that is efficient and effective, Court and Tribunal Administrators holding senior or management positions have to exercise a broad range of professional management skills to manage resources, people, facilities and other assets, information technology and the day-to-day operations. Apart from this, they are also required to provide strategic guidance to assist the Courts and Tribunals to take advantage of the opportunities provided by the emerging new technologies and information, and the challenges posed by the rising demands and changing societal and economic trends.

The Executive Leadership Programme for Court and Tribunal Administrators is a five-day intensive and interactive training programme specially designed for current and future leaders of Courts and Tribunals. The programme will equip them with key interdisciplinary leadership skills to run the Courts and Tribunals effectively and efficiently for improved performance in delivering justice. The programme will also help the participants gain a broader perspective of the complex issues and policies governing court administration. To ensure an optimal learning experience, evidence-based case studies and a learning journey will be used to facilitate interactive discussions among the participants.

The programme provides a unique opportunity for senior officers and professionals engaged in court and tribunal administration to learn together, from the programme and from each other through the exchange of ideas and best practices, to become better leaders. At the end of the programme, participants should be able to:

1.Appreciate the core elements of effective leadership and good governance in court and tribunal administration to improve performance and to deliver excellent court services

2.Gain broader perspectives on complex multi-disciplinary issues that govern the management of the courts and tribunals and to explore new management approaches and the latest innovations used around the world to improve court and tribunal performance

3.Acquire new leadership and management skills to achieve high performance and to confidently lead and manage teams in their own courts and tribunals

4.Develop local and global network of peers and resources to support continuous learning and improvement to achieve court excellence

Over 5 days, participants will be introduced to the main theoretical frameworks to equip them with key interdisciplinary leadership skills to run the Courts and Tribunals effectively and efficiently.  Topics include:

•    Leadership and Strategic Planning
•    Human Resource Management
•    Managing Court Resources
•    Implications of Data Analytics
•    Measuring Court Performance
•    Process Innovation and Management
•    Strategies for Effective Public Communications
•    Ethics & Values for Public Officers

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