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June 5, 2018
Lori A. Murphy, Michael E. Siegel, Nancy Koehn

The FJC is introducing a new audio podcast designed to bring cutting-edge thinking about public and private-sector leadership to the attention of judiciary executives. Each episode will include a conversation with one or more thought leaders whose research and expertise are relevant to the work of executives in the federal courts.

April 5, 2018

This episode of Off Paper is a conversation with Doug Burris about innovation and leadership in the criminal justice system. Mr. Burris has served for 17 years as the Chief U.S. Probation Officer for the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Missouri.

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February 2, 2018
Sydney Finkelstein, Lori A. Murphy, Michael E. Siegel

The FJC is introducing a new audio podcast designed to bring cutting-edge thinking about public and private-sector leadership to the attention of judiciary executives. Each episode will include a conversation with one or more thought leaders whose research and expertise are relevant to the work of executives in the federal courts.

January 1, 2003

A detailed reference for chief judges of federal district courts. The Deskbook describes the position of chief judges within the system of federal judicial administration as well as their specific roles and responsibilities with respect to national and regional bodies of judicial administration; other judges, officers, and employees of the district court; various functions of the court; and external groups such as the bar, media, and public. Includes citations to statutory requirements and Judicial Conference and Administrative Office policies.

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January 1, 2003
Michael Berney

Helps managers lead employees through a major change such as reorganization. Discusses a three-phase psychological process that employees experience when they adapt to a major change, possible employee reactions to the change, and ways to manage those reactions. Includes an annotated list of media and training resources that can be ordered from the Center. (Several courts have recommended this guide for Case Management/Electronic Case Files implementation planning.) Available in print and Adobe Acrobat format.

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March 1, 1997
Michael Berney

[superseded] -- This guide is designed for individuals who lead major change efforts, such as reorganizing office staff. The guide provides an overview of the three psychological phases that people pass through during major change, and it suggests what to expect and strategies for managing the various phases.

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January 1, 1993

A detailed reference for chief judges of federal district courts. The Deskbook describes the position of chief judges within the system of federal judicial administration as well as their specific roles and responsibilities with respect to national and regional bodies of judicial administration; other judges, officers, and employees of the district court; various functions of the court; and external groups such as the bar, media, and public.

January 1, 1993

A pamphlet describing programs and materials available to newly appointed district judges that supplements the Center's orientation programs. The outline is designed to assist courts in planning their in-court orientation and to help newly appointed judges and information for supplemental orientation. Revised as: Mentor Program for New District Judges 1997.

January 1, 1984
Russell R. Wheeler

A detailed reference for chief judges of federal district courts, the Desk Book describes their general position within the system of federal judicial administration as well as their specific roles and responsibilities with respect to national and regional bodies of judicial administration; other judges, officers, and employees of the district court; various functions of the court; and external groups such as the bar, media, and public. Citations to statutory requirements and Judicial Conference and Administrative Office policies and guidelines are given where relevant.

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