The most important qualities/behaviours a Head of Jurisdiction should have
In October 2014, Heads of Jurisdiction (Chief Justices, Chief Judges and Chief Magistrates) will attend a judicial leadership program. One session in the program will involve participants considering what stakeholders see as the most important qualities/behaviours of a good leader of a court. In this context ‘stakeholders’ has been limited to other members of the court, court administrators and Government representatives.
Below is a list of qualities/behaviours of a good Head of Jurisdiction as identified by judges/magistrates around Australia in a survey in 2011.
From the list of 9 qualities/attributes, please rank your top five in order of importance, with 1 being the most important.
This is an anonymous survey.