Level Up Event with Shannon Deegan: Creating an Innovative Culture at Google

Event Title:
Level Up Event with Shannon Deegan: Creating an Innovative Culture at Google
Date:
June 26, 2013 8:00 am
Cost:
50
Updated:
June 10, 2013
Venue:
Bingemans Conference Centre - Ballroom A
Address:
425 Bingemans Centre Drive, Kitchener, Canada

ShannonDeegan499Looking to develop your team and grow your business> Don’t miss this chance to take your mid-size to the next level!

“Creating an Innovative Culture at Google” 

Google has been identified multiple times as Fortune Magazine’s #1 Best Place to Work, and as the most powerful brand in the world.

Come learn how your organization can use the same unique Google principles to inspire employees.  Explore Google’s three guiding principles for innovation and learn how these principles can be relevant to your organization:

• ubiquity,

• transparency

• and agility

Over the past decade, Google has embedded innovation into everything they do. They have learned how to scale such practices to thousands of employees throughout their many locations. By providing their employees access to information and giving them the freedom to move quickly, Google has built a culture that allows and encourages every employee, team and office to be innovative.

 

Shannon Deegan, Director – Global Security Operations, Google

A native of Verdun, Quebec, Canada, Shannon is the Director of Global Security Operations at Google.   Shannon joined Google in 2007 and for his first five+ years was Director of People Operations, where he lead a number of teams, including M&A, served as the lead business partner to Google’s Global Business organization, and as head of both the central staffing organization and global Talent and Outreach Programs, including Diversity.

Shannon joined Google after several years in media and publishing, including as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company in New York City. He has lived in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Japan, where he led business development efforts in Asia for two of Canada’s largest financial institutions. From 1993 to 1996, Shannon was the Chief of Staff and Senior Policy Advisor on Asia to the Canadian Secretary of State. He has also served as a special assistant to former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chrétien. Prior to his career in public service, Shannon was a professional hockey player with the Los Angeles Kings organization.

Shannon has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Vermont, where he received the university’s Most Outstanding Student award. He also holds a Master of Philosophy degree in International Studies from Ireland’s Trinity College, Dublin, and an MBA from the Yale School of Management.

Continental breakfast included.

Agenda:

8:00am – Registration and Breakfast

8:30am – Keynote and Q&A

10:00am – Event Ends

Please be advised that registration lists may be shared with sponsor companies as part of their sponsorship agreement.

Cancellation Policy: 72-hour notice must be given to obtain a refund.

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