Coaching Judges for Better Justice
Monday, Jun 1, 2020
toThursday, Jun 4, 2020
The National Judicial College
1664 South Virginia Street
This course provides the fundamental concepts underlying the practice of becoming a mentor or coach for other judges. Judicial leaders will learn how to apply the principles of coaching, have the opportunity for small group practice, gain an appreciation of how a mentor or coaching program can positively impact judicial performance, and return to their states with a greater understanding of how to implement a formal program in their court or community.
After this course you will:
- Have the skills to be an effective judicial mentor coach.
- Be able to assist your colleagues with professional development.
- Be able to ask discerning questions to help a judicial colleague gain new insights about their own judicial performance.
- Develop a personal mentoring style and its application to being a mentor coach.
- Explore the conditions necessary for a successful mentoring or coaching infrastructure in your court or agency.
- Be able to work with a judicial colleague to unpack complex problems and judicial issues.
- Be able to build and sustain a trusting relationship.