Success is Personal
Meet Judon Bowden, he is a seasoned HR professional with over a decade of progressive HR experience working for large, profit driven, multi-national companies in Banking, Energy and Manufacturing industries. Currently, he works at Red Stripe Corporate as a Human Resource Business Partner (Supply Chain). Mr. Bowden has specialties in Human Resources Strategy, Talent Management, Leadership, Development and Change Management.
-What is your favorite thing about CSHRP and how it has benefited you?
“CSHRP is a vibrant and inclusive movement that brings together HR professionals from across the Caribbean that are focused on improving themselves and the profession. Additionally, the diverse membership allows for the sharing and learning of good practices, improving our understanding of our unique cultures, and constantly challenging ourselves to do HR differently.”
-When did you know you love HR?
“I knew I loved #everythingHR early in my HR journey, when I was able to see 1st hand how HR when done right connects people, strategy and performance.”
-How do you define success and what drives you to succeed?
“Success is personal, and I view it incrementally. I am driven by new, complex challenges so I seek opportunities where I am always learning and achieving whether small or large outcomes.”
-What do you feel proudest of in your career?
“My influence that drives re-thinking how we attract, retain and develop employees through curated programs and meaningful relationships and how this impacts our business results.”
-What lesson in your life has been the most valuable?
“Consistency, hard work and not being afraid to ask for help turns ceilings into floors.”
-What is one piece of advice would you give to graduates looking to become an accomplished HR professional like you?
“Be curious, it’s important to keep asking why, to better understand and be able to grow your functional and business knowledge.”
-What is your dream for CSHRP?
“CSHRP is the vehicle that shapes and delivers a connected region for HR professional development and more broadly Caribbean human potential.”