1By this criterion the communication skills, the skill to cooperate with colleagues and the readiness to be engaged in other activities are evaluated.
2The communication skill of the magistrate is measured by indicators on clear and transparent communication with the parties, with the public, other entities and the third parties by respecting confidentiality and personal data protection principles. The evaluation of the leadership skills as chairperson of at least “very good” shall have priority in the evaluation as magistrate following next to the evaluation as chairperson.
3The skill to cooperate with colleagues is measured by indicators on communication and interaction with colleagues, or with the judicial administration, as well as sharing professional knowledge or experience with them.
4The readiness to be engaged in other activities is measured by indicators like the magistrate’s participation at the continuous professional training at the School of Magistrate, participation in other professional trainings, magistrate’s availability for mentoring prospective magistrates during their professional internship and/or for training young magistrates, participation of magistrates in inter-institutional activities for the improvement of the justice system, in public relation activities of the courts and academic legal publications.
5The participation of the magistrate at the continuous training of the School of Magistrates is measured based on the information sent by the School of Magistrates, referring to the evaluation “very good” in the case of fulfilling the legal obligation to participate in no more than 40 days a year and no more than 200 days during five years. Other grades of the evaluation are determined by descending order of this standard.