Coming Out of the Covid Crisis with Improved Communication and Equity
In this HRchat we’ll look at the experiences of one of Bridgestone’s senior HR and Talent leaders; in terms of holding things together at work during the Covid crisis, and bringing more equity to the workplace.
My guest is Ebonee Davis, Executive Director, Talent, Culture & Diversity at Bridgestone Americas. She leads a talented team of HR professionals across the United States and Latin America that support enterprise initiatives to help attract, retain, and develop talent.
In addition to talent management, Ebonee also leads DE&I at Bridgestone and is responsible for creating the strategy and implementing best practices throughout the organization.
Ebonee was also listed as one of Engagedly’s list of the Top 100 HR influencers for 2021.
Questions For Ebonee Include:
- In your bio, you say that what defines you is not the summation of your credentials but the summation of your character. Talk to me about showing vulnerability as a leader and the role it plays in team engagement and DE&I efforts
- Can you share your experiences, as a senior HR and Talent pro at Bridgestone Americas, of the pandemic and how you had to adapt?
- As part of this discussion, you were keen to focus on the E in DE&I. How do companies focus on this while not diminishing inclusion efforts? What are you doing over at Bridgestone to ensure an equitable culture?
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