ELP Participants will be Meeting with High-Powered Speakers in August

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By Cory Campbell, IOG Program Manager, Executive Learning

The IOG’s Insights on Public Sector Leadership series – housed within our year-long Executive Leadership Programs (ELPs) – seeks to develop in public sector executives the confidence and leadership behaviours necessary to collaborate in a complex public policy environment that has multiple competing interests and values constantly at play. Participants engage with senior leaders in government and discuss openly with them the challenges and opportunities they are all facing in a space where levels and hierarchy are set aside in order to focus on delivering outcomes to Canadians. This is especially important at a time when trust in public institutions is under threat and a federal election is shortly underway and with it a new federal mandate. In August, our three ELP cohorts will meet with three speakers as part of this Leadership series.

On August 21st, Cohort 22 will hear from Secretary of the Treasury Board Peter Wallace. Mr. Wallace has a wealth of experience in all levels of government and will provide the cohort with great insights on public sector leadership in a multi-jurisdictional and complex world.

On August 28th, Cohort 23 will have 2 full days with the Honourable Jocelyne Bourgon, former Clerk of the Privy Council, and her team at Public Governance International (PGI) on the New Synthesis (NS) Initiative. Developed by PGI and delivered in the IOG’s ELPs, NS is an “exploratory initiative dedicated to preparing government for the challenges of serving in the 21st century.”

On August 14th, Cohort 21 will hear from Raj Thuppal, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister at Shared Services Canada. Together, they will explore the scope and challenges of public sector leadership in a digital world.

About the author

Cory Campbell

Cory Campbell

Program Manager, Executive Learning

Cory joined the Institute on Governance in May 2016 and works primarily on the IOG’s suite of executive leadership programs at the Learning Lab. His research interests include digital governance, diversity and inclusion, change management, international relations, and exploring the role of civil society.

Prior to joining the IOG, he worked on Parliament Hill for a Member of Parliament and Party Leader. He also held a Junior Research Fellowship at an international think tank where he studied the governance issues with digital intellectual property rights.

Cory has worked on various projects and proposals at the IOG. Topics of research have included the future role of civil society, Northern governance, organizational culture change and change management, and public sector leadership and governance.

Cory holds a Master of Arts degree in Global Governance from the Balsillie School of International Affairs at the University of Waterloo and a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Relations from the University of British Columbia.

Cory is currently a member of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) and the Canadian Study of Parliament Group (CSPG).




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