Leadership Institute

Deb King

Deb King is currently a Special Projects Administrator for the Arizona Supreme Court’s Court Leadership institute of Arizona (CLIA). In that capacity she coordinates and develops leadership and management training programs in support of the Arizona judicial branch’s strategic agenda. Deb has served within the Administrative Office of the Courts, (AOC) for twenty-three years. As the AOC’s Training and Organizational Development Officer, within the Human Resources Division she has: developed and facilitated over 38 programs covering topics from ethics to management training; conducted process improvement analysis; developed organizational interventions and system improvements; and managed projects to further the goals of the Supreme Court.

Deb has also served as faculty for court and probation associations, and for the Arizona Judicial Conference, Probation Officer Certification program, Judicial Staff Conferences, and numerous faculty train-the-trainer programs. Deb has served as project manager for statewide training implementations for the American with Disabilities Act and Victims Bill of Rights; New Judge Orientation, Judicial Conferences, Probation and Court Staff Conferences and Academies and statewide broadcasts. In addition, she has conducted strategic planning sessions for courts and state judicial committees. Deb received her degree from Arizona State University in Psychology, is a certified instructor for: the National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management, Achieve Global management programs; National Curriculum training Institute Matrix programs; and Arizona Government University, management, instructional design and indemnity programs.

Deb has two children, is an Arizona native and prior to her career with the court, was a Corporate Officer of Valley National Bank serving in bank operations management, conducting process improvement, quality management programs and designing and developing statewide training programs.


Courses:
ACE: Education, Training and Development