HR Community Showcase: People Philosophy & Culture at Clio (Burnaby) - SOLD OUT!
Date: July 19, 2017
CPD Hours: 1.5
An HR Community Showcase: People Philosophy & Culture at Clio
Clio is a cloud-based practice management solution that makes lawyers’ lives simpler and helps them better organize and manage their legal practice. You might say we’re changing the legal industry, for good! We are one of the fastest-growing technology start ups in Canada and one of the country’s most admired corporate cultures.
Clio is one of the fastest growing technology startups around. We have a stellar Glassdoor rating, we're winning awards left and right, and we're continuing our journey of rapid growth.
Come out to hear from one of the company co-founders, Rian Gavreau, and learn about the people philosophy he embedded into the cultural DNA of Clio that has set us up for success. In addition, you will be able to participate in a fireside chat with several seasoned practitioners at Clio around the area of people development and HR, and where you can ask hot questions around the various initiatives and practices that they've seen work.
We hope after attending this showcase, you will leave with some new ideas and practices that you can take back to your organization to build a truly human and high-performing organization like they are doing a Clio
This showcase includes light refreshments and networking along with an optional tour of their Burnaby office.
Attendance is limited and this showcase will fill up fast!
Rian Gauvreau is the co-founder and Chief People Officer of Clio. With over seven years of IT management experience in one of Canada's largest law firms, Rian took his knowledge and experience within the legal industry to start Clio with his long-time friend, Jack Newton. Since the very beginning, Rian believed in cultivating a people-first mindset, and his new role as 3CPO (cue Star Wars reference) allows him to focus exclusively on the mandate of: Culture, People, Performance, and Productivity. Rian holds a MBA from UBC, as well as a Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology from SFU.
Lyndsey Hannigan is Clio's Director of Talent. Prior to joining Clio, Lyndsey led the Talent Development function at DigitalOcean, a high-growth startup based in NYC. She and her teammates at Clio and DigitalOcean, have been responsible for dreaming up and bringing to life innovative organizational performance and learning programs that set both organizations apart from others in the tech industry. Prior to joining DigitalOcean, Lyndsey worked as a consultant at both KPMG and The Refinery, where she delivered cutting-edge leadership development programming and change advisory services. She holds degrees from The University of Queensland (Brisbane, AUS) and Queen’s University (Kingston, CAN).
Katie is Clio's first ever internal Performance Coach. Katie brings with her nearly ten years of management consulting experience from The Refinery, as well as ten years of front-lines HR experience from high-growth technology companies. Fascinated by human systems, organizational dysfunction and the influence of leadership, Katie obtains great satisfaction from helping people to “see” the systems they are in and to make them work better. She holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Management from the Fielding Institute, a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Simon Fraser University, and a Human Resource Management Diploma from BCIT.
Chris Yeh, CPHR
Chris Yeh is Clio's Manager of Talent Development. Having spent nearly four years with Clio, Chris has seen (and built) nearly all facets of the talent operating system during Clio's stage of hypergrowth. Chris started his Clio Path as a Talent Acquisition Specialist and continues his journey by leading the Talent Development function. He has a keen interest in developing innovative people practices that enable and accelerate the development of individuals and teams. Chris holds a Master's Degree in Organizational Psychology from the London School of Economics, a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from UBC, and a Human Resources Certificate from SFU.
Canada Way Business Park
300 - 4611 Canada Way, Burnaby
Paid Parking is available onsite.
Skytrain: Shuttle service between the Gilmore Station and Clio offices is being arranged. An email will be sent to participants prior to the event with more information and details.
5:30pm - 6:15pm - Registration/Networking/Refreshments
6:15pm - 7:30pm - Showcase/Discussion & Tour
Your registration includes event admittance, a drink ticket and appetizers.
Pre-registration is required as no registrations will be permitted at the door. Thank you!
Should you have any questions regarding events in your region, please contact Quinne Davey - Member Relations Manager, Lower Mainland.
Regular Registration Rate
(until July 17th)
All pricing excludes applicable taxes. GST # 119446714