Making Connections: Integrative Leadership and Court Performance
July 10-14, 2016
David L. Lawrence Convention Center
In their service to the courts and the communities they serve, those who work in the courts must be productive, responsive, efficient, trusted, and accountable. The ability of the court leader to meet these high standards requires the integration of multiple skill sets into a coherent whole. This year’s annual conference keynotes and workshops will explore how court managers can ensure they are providing a level of service that reflects such qualities and competencies and help them prepare themselves and their organizations to operate at the highest level of performance and accountability.
In addition to an outstanding education schedule, conference attendees will enjoy shared interest groups, an extensive exhibit show, and a community service project to benefit the local community. There will also be great networking opportunities, including an event at PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Register for the annual conference early and save! Early bird registration ends June 3. Group rates are available – contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
JUST ADDED! A “blended” version of the Institute for Court Management (ICM) Purposes and Responsibilities of Courts class will be offered at a special rate of $400. Begin the learning experience online six weeks before the conference, then finish up with your classmates in a full-day classroom environment in Pittsburgh on Sunday, July 10. Separate registration is required and available now. Deadline to register is May 13. Class size is limited.
*This is a green conference. Any speaker presentations and handouts received by NACM will be made available on the website.