Video gallery

The Canada School of Public Service's video gallery is designed to help you take full advantage of the services provided by the School. It features a number of videos presenting useful information about the School's learning programs and activities, introducing its faculty members and highlighting some key events.

The School is committed to sharing diverse perspectives with its learners. You can also visit our YouTube page.

Note: The views expressed in these videos may not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Canada.

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#GCMentalHealth: Supporting a Colleague#GCMentalHealth: Supporting a Colleague

Members of the Federal Speakers' Bureau on Healthy Workplaces (Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat) share what type of support from co-workers they found most helpful when they experienced mental health issues at work.

#GCMentalHealth: Tips for Managers#GCMentalHealth: Tips for Managers

Members of the Federal Speakers' Bureau on Healthy Workplaces (Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat) share their lived experience insights into how managers can support employees struggling with mental health at work.

2018 Manion Lecture: A Look at Contemporary America2018 Manion Lecture: A Look at Contemporary America

Dr. Douglas Elmendorf addresses the current US political discourse which is characterized by social divisions, hyper-partisanship and changing perspectives on pluralism.

Artificial Intelligence for Insights into RegulationsArtificial Intelligence for Insights into Regulations

AI experts and senior federal officials demonstrate potential uses of artificial intelligence (AI) methods in the review and analysis of federal regulations.

Marquee Moments in Public Service History: Building BridgesMarquee Moments in Public Service History: Building Bridges

Michael Wernick, Clerk of the Privy Council, speaks about Canada's history of tolerance at the 'Marquee Moments in Public Service History – The Syrian Refugee Resettlement Initiative' event.

Marquee Moments in  Public Service History: MomentsMarquee Moments in Public Service History: Moments

Michael Wernick, Clerk of the Privy Council, speaks of how crisis leads to learning at the ‘Marquee Moments in Public Service History – The Syrian Refugee Resettlement Initiative' event.

A Conversation with the Clerk (Short version)A Conversation with the Clerk (Short version)

Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernick shares his thoughts on the importance of GBA+ with School Faculty Member Erika Nahm.

A Conversation with the Clerk (Full version)A Conversation with the Clerk (Full version)

Clerk of the Privy Council Michael Wernick shares his thoughts on the importance of GBA+ with School Faculty Member Erika Nahm.

Digitization in the Government of CanadaDigitization in the Government of Canada

Why building a successful digital model for the Canadian government is a necessity filled with exciting opportunities.

Leadership Learning: The Right Training for the Right TalentLeadership Learning: The Right Training for the Right Talent

Numerous programs are available to help you transition into your new leadership role.

Positive Space and the Public ServicePositive Space and the Public Service

How Positive Space training in the public service is helping to create an environment in which LGBTQ+ employees feel safe to be themselves.

The Memoirs of Russell Moses, Residential School SurvivorThe Memoirs of Russell Moses, Residential School Survivor

John Moses speaks about his father Russell Moses' childhood experiences in a residential school.

2017 Manion Lecture: Strengthening Trust in Canada – The Role of the Public Service2017 Manion Lecture: Strengthening Trust in Canada – The Role of the Public Service

The 2017 Manion Lecture features Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, discussing the role that public servants can play in strengthening trust in our public institutions.

Celebrating the Diversity of the Public Service: Canada 150Celebrating the Diversity of the Public Service: Canada 150

A montage of video clips and images exhibiting the diversity of Canada's Public Service.

2015–2016 National Student Paper Competition2015–2016 National Student Paper Competition

Salman Dostmohammad gives a presentation based on his winning submission to the 2015-2016 National Student Paper Competition.

Indigenous Leaders PanelIndigenous Leaders Panel

Indigenous leaders discuss how the public service should be approaching its mandate for reconciliation.

Truth and Reconciliation (with Senator Murray Sinclair)Truth and Reconciliation (with Senator Murray Sinclair)

Senator Murray Sinclair discusses the legacy of the Canadian government's policy towards Indigenous people, and the path towards reconciliation.

The Indigenous Learning Series TrailerThe Indigenous Learning Series Trailer

A collection of video clips of Indigenous leaders and public servants discussing the meaning of reconciliation.

The Path of ReconciliationThe Path of Reconciliation

A collection of video clips of Indigenous leaders and executives of the Public Service of Canada discussing the path of reconciliation.

Why I Joined the Public ServiceWhy I Joined the Public Service

Indigenous public servants share their experiences and advice with Indigenous youth new to the public service.

Reconciliation Through the ArtsReconciliation Through the Arts

Video clips of artists, Indigenous leaders and public servants discussing the role of the arts in the reconciliation process.

What does Indigenous mean?What does Indigenous mean?

From ‘Indian' to ‘Indigenous' : the historical pursuit of one umbrella term that applies to all.

2016 Manion Lecture: Dick Pound on Values and Ethics2016 Manion Lecture: Dick Pound on Values and Ethics

The 2016 Manion Lecture features Dick Pound, Chairman of the Olympic Broadcasting Services, speaking on the subject of successful leadership.

How to Login to GCcampusHow to Login to GCcampus

Instructions on how to log-in to GCcampus with your personal account information.

Introduction to GCcampusIntroduction to GCcampus

Learn to navigate through GCcampus with this tutorial.

My Learning in GCcampusMy Learning in GCcampus

This instructional video demonstrates how to view your learning progress on GCcampus.

Results and Delivery: Lessons for Canada (with Sir Michael Barber)Results and Delivery: Lessons for Canada (with Sir Michael Barber)

Sir Michael Barber, renowned authority on government service delivery, shares a methodology that could be adapted in Canada.

Best Advice from Senior Leaders (with General Walter Natynczyk)Best Advice from Senior Leaders (with General Walter Natynczyk)

Deputy Minister General (Retired) Walter Natynczyk shares his best advice for dealing with ethical issues in the public service.

Best Advice Executive Series: Leadership (with General Walter Natynczyk)Best Advice Executive Series: Leadership (with General Walter Natynczyk)

Deputy Minister General (Retired) Walter Natynczyk discusses the behavior he expects of his executives when faced with situations they cannot change.

Best Advice from Senior Leaders: Strategic Planning (with General Walter Natynczyk)Best Advice from Senior Leaders: Strategic Planning (with General Walter Natynczyk)

Deputy Minister General (Retired) Walter Natynczyk outlines the essential considerations for developing a strategic plan.

Our Enterprise-wide Commitment to LearningOur Enterprise-wide Commitment to Learning

Learn how the School is continually evolving to deliver a wide range of exciting learning experiences.

Best Advice Executive SeriesBest Advice Executive Series

Trailer for video series featuring Deputy Ministers offering their best advice for executive leadership in the public service.

The Leadership Challenges of the 21st CenturyThe Leadership Challenges of the 21st Century

The 2013 Manion Lecture features global managing consultant Dominic Barton, of McKinsey & Company, discussing this time of rapid global change.

2015 Manion Lecture: Sustainable Development in the 21st Century – Building a Better World for All2015 Manion Lecture: Sustainable Development in the 21st Century – Building a Better World for All

The 2015 Manion Lecture features Helen Clark, United Nations Development Programme Administrator, discussing sustainable development goals around the globe.

A Positive Culture Change: The Blueprint 2020 Journey (with Louise Levonian)A Positive Culture Change: The Blueprint 2020 Journey (with Louise Levonian)

Blueprint 2020 is empowering employees to make the public service more open, transparent and innovative.

Destination 2020Destination 2020

Public Servants express their enthusiasm for the Blueprint 2020 initiative.

Accountability (with Michael Ferrabee)Accountability (with Michael Ferrabee)

Canada School of Public Service faculty member Michael Ferrabee talks about opportunity and accountability inherent in the job of a public servant.

Leadership (with Paula Alphonse)Leadership (with Paula Alphonse)

School Faculty Member Paula Alphonse speaks on shared leadership and helping others to realize their potential.

Teaching at the Canada School of Public Service (with Royal Orr)Teaching at the Canada School of Public Service (with Royal Orr)

School Faculty Member Royal Orr discusses what it takes to be an effective teacher for a public service.

Results and Delivery: Lessons from Around the World (with Sir Michael Barber)Results and Delivery: Lessons from Around the World (with Sir Michael Barber)

Sir Michael Barber, renowned authority on government service delivery, shares a methodology that could be adapted in Canada.

Beyond Bilingual Meetings: Official Languages in the Workplace (with Diane Allard and Charles Taker)Beyond Bilingual Meetings: Official Languages in the Workplace (with Diane Allard and Charles Taker)

Beyond Bilingual Meetings: Official Languages in the Workplace (with Diane Allard and Charles Taker) The National Learning Centre of Quebec and Nunavut presents a conference on bilingualism in the workplace, featuring guest speakers Diane Allard and Charles Taker.

The Global Economic Situation and Its ImpactsThe Global Economic Situation and Its Impacts

François Poitras, Director of Labour Market Analysis at Service Canada, gives an in-depth talk about the impacts of the global economic situation.

Open Government: Be Bold, Innovate and Engage (with Tony Clement)Open Government: Be Bold, Innovate and Engage (with Tony Clement)

Former Minister Tony Clement speaks about Open Government and the evolution of the public service.

Wicked Problems and Clumsy Solutions (with Professor Keith Grint)Wicked Problems and Clumsy Solutions (with Professor Keith Grint)

Warwick Business School Professor Keith Grint talks about leadership in the face of difficult problems.

Being an Instructor at the Canada School of Public Service (with Danielle de Bellefeuille)Being an Instructor at the Canada School of Public Service (with Danielle de Bellefeuille)

Faculty Member Danielle de Bellefeuille discusses her love of teaching at the School.

Quick Start Guide: Dealing with Unsatisfactory PerformanceQuick Start Guide: Dealing with Unsatisfactory Performance

Experienced managers point out possible causes and constructive solutions for addressing an employee's unsatisfactory job performance.

Quick Start Guide: Five Things a Manager Should KnowQuick Start Guide: Five Things a Manager Should Know

Experienced managers discuss the 5 key practices that will help you guide your team to success.

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