What brought Bromley Shiels back to Uber for Business one year after leaving? "Unfinished business—and I mean that in a good way." "The incredible thing about Uber is that we are always evolving and changing, so the job never gets old because there is always something new to build, test, and iterate on."
“There is a delicate balance between process and people. What makes a Design Program Manager successful is their ability to adapt and create solutions that make sense for the team they are working with,” shares Alissa Kim in our latest careers blog post where she discusses her career journey at Uber, work-life balance, and proudest moments →
Tatiana Morrell, Director of Community Operations at Uber, suggests that leaning into your strengths can help you drive your professional growth. “You’ll go further by expanding on what you’re already good at than you will by forcing yourself to be something you’re not,” she says. Tatiana is among a handful of leaders joining a career panel this month to share their professional growth stories with employees across Uber. The event is part of a wider company initiative called Drive Your Growth Week, which is designed to help empower Uber employees to take ownership of their professional development. Three of those leaders have agreed to share their tips here to help employees everywhere maximize their strengths. Here are their top 5.
It’s Drive Your Growth week here at Uber with a full suite of new learning opportunities, panels, and bite-sized development tools designed to help our team take ownership of their professional development and #GoGetIt. In our latest blog post, we chat with Ryan Bricker, Head of People Development, about the evolution of Uber’s growth philosophy and 6 takeaways you can use to drive your own growth →
“I love white space, ambiguity, and answering big, foundational questions about new products to influence strategy. Some of the most rewarding moments of my career have been helping to shape some of Uber’s new bets from 0 to 1,” shares Alex Luzi, Lead Research Strategist on our Design team, reflecting on the last 6 years at Uber working on the cutting edge.
To celebrate Women’s History Month, we asked Nikki Krishnamurthy, our Chief People Officer, to share how the #powerofvisibility has helped her career and advice on how we can all empower and help amplify the visibility of women.
For Kori X, “being able to have a community at work that supports you makes the difference between being at a job until you find something better, to being at your career where you want to stay and make the difference you know you can make.” At Uber, Kori has harnessed their authentic voice and ideas to navigate four internal moves — taking them from customer support to product #design — and spearhead global change as a co-chair of our Pride at Uber employee resource group.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we hosted a panel of leaders from across Uber showcasing the power of visibility. Ana Loibner, Global Mobility Chief of Staff and Women at Uber Global Board Member, shares what she learned.
International Women’s Day is commemorated each year on March 8. Uber is proud to continue our tradition of joining millions of people around the world in recognizing the achievements and contributions of women, both past and present. This year, we’re sharing three stories of Women at Uber from different Employee Resource Groups to showcase the #powerofvisibility. Because you can’t be what you can’t see.
"I know that striving for Black excellence is far greater than my personal success, but it’s opening doors for others just as doors were opened for me. For me, Black excellence is knowingly and intentionally taking on the unhealthy burden of striving for perfection because far too often one of us represents all of us, and we are not given the freedom or luxury of failure." - Anthony Hill, Head of Regional Partnerships, South for Uber Eats To celebrate Black History Month, we asked members of our Black at Uber ERG, Justine Casselle, Senior Counsel for Uber Health, and Anthony to share what Black Excellence means to them.