Can Leadership Be Taught?
As founding Principal of the new Peter Lougheed Leadership College, Campbell is cultivating a new generation of leaders. Drawing on her personal experience as well as the most up to date social science, former Canadian Prime Minister Campbell explores aspects of effective leadership across sectors, and if they can be taught and developed.
Gender & Power
Ms. Campbell has spent much of her life breaking barriers for women. Through her political career serving at all three levels of Canadian government, Kim knows what it’s like to make it in a man’s world, and is widely regarded as one of the foremost thinkers and speakers on gender issues.
The Business Case for Women Leaders
In the last century, the argument for including women in leadership positions such as corporate boards seemed to rely on it being a kind and noble thing to do. However, recent studies are showing that the inclusion of women can improve decision-making and even the intelligence of a group, which in turn, improves performance overall.
Social & Security Dimensions of Climate Change
In the past decade, climate change has come to be recognized globally as one of the most serious challenges facing our planet. Former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell can discuss not only the impact of the physical changes of global warming on human societies but also the security risks that can be posed by this global threat as well.
Democratic Responses to Terrorism
Radicalization and political violence present some of the most intractable challenges of our time. Through her work with her fellow former heads of state/government in the Club of Madrid, and in her role as Trustee of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, Kim Campbell helps drive the most effective and long term solutions for addressing modern terrorism.
Leadership & Education
From serving as the first female student body president of her high school, to becoming the first female prime minister of Canada, Kim Campbell has spent much of her life breaking barriers for women. After politics, she represented Canada internationally and led organizations such as the World Movement for Democracy, the Council of Women World Leaders, the International Women’s Forum, and the Club of Madrid, an independent organization of former heads of state and government (such as Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Mary Robinson). She has also dedicated much of her time and expertise to educating current and future leaders. From her rise as a young leader to an international ‘leader of leaders’, Ms. Campbell brings a unique and matured perspective to current events, politics and international relations, but is also on the cutting edge of leadership training that is preparing our NEXT generation of Canadian leaders to thrive in a world driven by intense competition, rapid technological change, and ever more complex diversification.
Famous 5 Ottawa | Nation Builder
UBC Alma Mater Society Great Trekker Award
Order of British Columbia
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
Order of Canada | Companion
UBC Alumni Achievement Award of Distinction
Equal Voice, Canada's EVE Award
Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 | Trailblazers & Trendsetters
Churchill Society Award of Excellence
National Geographic Almanac of World History | The 50 Most Important Political Leaders
Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal
Woman of the Year by Chatelaine Magazine
YWCA Woman of Distinction Award in Vancouver