Tanjia M. Coleman, Ph.D., is a senior-level human resources and organization development professional in nonprofit, private, and Fortune 100 companies, including Microsoft, Starbucks, KinderCare Education, Tribune Company, Whirlpool, and Motorola.
Currently, Coleman is the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Lead at NorthShore University HealthSystem – Edward-Elmhurst Health (NS-EEH), where she focuses on DEI strategy, leadership development, DEI training, supplier diversity, workforce development, Employee Resource Groups, and external DEI representation. Coleman is the President of Executive Women of Command where she focuses on leadership development, executive coaching, and professional speaking engagements. She holds an adjunct faculty position with the Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business and is a member of the Quinlan School of Business Board of Advisors. She is a three-time consecutive Crain’s Notable Leader in DEI 2021-2023.
Coleman’s latest book, Three Second World: Essentials for Engineering Your Future, was released in March 2023. It has been a #1 Amazon Bestseller, available in English and Czech and recently awarded a 5-star rating from the Literary Titans organization. The book provides a roadmap for women’s elevation and success as well as action-oriented strategies for navigating the demands of leadership.
Three second world : essentials for engineering your future
Many of us have asked ourselves, am I managing my career the best way possible? Why am I exhausted? Is there more? As businesswomen, the obstacles and systemic roadblocks are countless, and the journey through the maze of business is treacherous - but not impossible. This book provides a roadmap for women's elevation and success who need guidance in their mission to become the leaders they may or may not know they can be. Dr. Tanjia Coleman explains how resilience and the reinvention revolution will help you discover how to overcome the many obstacles women face on the path to leadership in business while providing action-oriented strategies for you to uncover the executive woman within. Upon completion, you will have the tools and mindset to proactively navigate the ever-changing demands of leadership while maintaining your focus and well-being. The time to be an Executive Woman of Command is here, and this guide will help you become one.