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About Tanzania Philips

Tanzania has been a Pre-Employment Coordinator with PeopleScout since January 2017. Before this, she was a Service Associate with BMO Harris Bank for 5 years. She's self-published two fiction novels within the last three years, graduated with a B.S. in Finance in 2010, and is currently working with a team for PeopleScout in Downtown Chicago.

Top 3 Mistakes of Potential Leaders

We are full swing into the second quarter of this year and I couldn’t be more excited. I believe I’ve been doing well this year especially in the departments of checking the way I do things and ensuring that I maintain my boundaries in every area of my life. I’ve noticed in three months, I’ve

By | April 16th, 2018|Categories: Career Growth, Leadership, Opinion|0 Comments

Gaining Momentum this Year, and Maintaining it

Happy new year to you that’s reading! I really hope you’ve gotten off to a good start so far, considering the year is still new.  I honestly believe that this year will be exactly what you make it; whether it be professionally, relationally or academically. Believe it or not, we are all in a position

By | February 1st, 2018|Categories: Career Growth, Opinion|0 Comments

How to Shine Like a Leader as a Team-Member

I would consider myself an experienced professional who has worked in various settings, acquiring transferable skills along the way; however, I’ve never actually transitioned into management/supervisory roles. It’s not that I don’t possess the taste buds to step into such rolls, I’ve just never received the opportunity to work as a manager or supervisor for

By | November 7th, 2017|Categories: Career Growth, Job Satisfaction, Leadership, Opinion|1 Comment

Surviving in Between Jobs: 3 Benefits of Working a Temp Job

Graduating from college in December 2010 and snagging my first real job in banking, May of 2011, I expected to be a working girl in the Windy City of Chicago for a long time after.  Almost four years later, I never expected that this would no longer be my reality.  My plans to transition from

By | August 1st, 2017|Categories: Career Growth, Opinion|0 Comments