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Michelle Egan

Michelle Egan leads two of Deloitte’s Lab programs – in Washington DC and Atlanta. In the Lab, Michelle applies design thinking and research-based content to create immersive, interactive experiences consciously created to help teams solve their most complex problems and reach a “breakthrough”.

Michelle established Deloitte’s Lab program across North and South America. She has worked with clients across all industries in Deloitte’s Commercial and Federal practice. She’s facilitated Labs for clients in Silicon Valley on how to be more innovative, retailers on defining their core values, and C-level executives on how to be successful in their first 180 days as they transition into their new role. Michelle has almost 20 years of experience leading and managing teams and she is an Executive Coach.

Michelle serves on the Board of the Carolyn Young Mentor Walk, a non-profit designed to connect at-risk youth with mentors to encourage them to stay in school. Originally from the Midwest, Michelle earned her Bachelor’s degree In Organizational Communication from Ohio University and received her Master’s from Emory University. She currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and daughter. She is an avid runner and enjoys camping with her family on the weekends.


Presentation: Creating Breakthroughs in Executive Transitions

Abstract: Deloitte’s Executive Transition Lab is a one-day experience built to ensure new executives hit the ground running and thrive in new roles. The agenda focuses on the three most important resources an executive must manage: time, talent, and relationships. The Lab matches new executives with Deloitte partners with deep industry and functional experience, and culminates in a detailed action plan.

Learning Objectives:

  • Applying creativity in space and design to solve business problems
  • Understanding the biggest challenges new executives face
  • How to focus to make the first 180 days successful

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