This course focuses on the topics of engagement and motivation in the workplace; understanding the underlying principles related to motivation; and several practices toward creating a more motivating environment in order to achieve individual and organizational peak performance.
This course offers managers, supervisors, and team leaders the opportunity to learn principles, practices and behaviors to enhance their effectiveness. This course focuses on goal setting; understanding and fulfilling roles and accountabilities in the office; specific challenges in transitioning to management positions in offices of attorneys general; and the importance of recognizing and using alternative leadership styles.
Two of the nation’s leading U.S. Supreme Court practitioners discuss the cases before the Court for the 2018 term.
This course involves a discussion on: what the coronavirus is; the current state of affairs; how it is spread, prevention, and symptoms; what states should anticipate and how to respond without immediate panic; what assistance is available; and which first steps are necessary.
This course discusses several Supreme Court on bankruptcy and tax issues from the 2018 term. It covers the holdings, how they will be applied, and what effect they will have on the states going forward. These cases include: Franchise Tax Board of Ca. v. Hyatt (No. 17-1299), Mission Product Holdings Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC (No. 17-1657), Taggart v. Lorenzen (No. 18-489), and Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP (No. 17-1307).
This course on preventing and litigating hate crimes presents an overview of national hate crimes trends; discuss when it is sensible for your office to collaborate with partners on hate crime cases or initiatives; share how partnerships and client agencies may work together to derive beneficial outcomes for all-involved parties; highlight hate crime homicide and civil cases handled through successful collaborative efforts; and review available resources.
This course on rising extremism and hate involves a discussion providing an introduction to the American Jewish Committee (AJC), and how it works on behalf of communities. It also explores ideas of how the AJC and attorneys general can further partner together.
This course covers: what the Regional Environment Enforcement Associations are and how they can help make your administrative, civil, and criminal enforcement programs more successful; why well trained environmental inspectors and investigators are critical to environmental compliance and enforcement cases; and how to work with or join your Regional Environment Enforcement Associations.
This course focuses on practical steps for leading successful transitions. The content is also helpful to managerial leaders at all levels in the office whose roles are to offer institutional knowledge and experience, and to support the transition and implement priorities.