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2021 NACE - LEADERSHIP: CREDIBILITY IN ACTION (CA, M/S)

Free Recorded Webcast (September 18, 2014)

This training is offered by the Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE) and is co-hosted by the Nevada Supreme Court. It was first offered on September 18, 2014, and has since been accredited by the CLE Board. The content remains the same.

Training Description: 

Integrity. Trustworthiness. Honesty. Accountability. Ethics. Self-Awareness. All are essential attributes for court leaders in every court. But how do leaders effectively demonstrate these traits and create a court where employees feel valued, safe, productive, and happy?

Judge Kevin Burke, Hennepin County District Court, Minneapolis, MN, will provide guidelines on how to build trust, listen effectively, and encourage crucial conversations - all necessary ingredients for creating effective courts. In addition to demonstrating these attributes within the court, court leaders will learn how to integrate these skills in their relationships with their counterparts outside the courts.

Faculty:

Judge Kevin S. Burke, Hennepin County District Court, Minnesota

Continuing Education Credit:

1.0 CLE/CJE. NOTE: CLE credit for this course is approved through March 18, 2024, and will then be stale dated.

Register:

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