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Tamika S. Harold
How do you see HR changing in the next five to ten years?
Stronger opportunities for strategic HR as employees and organizations require deeper support than transactional HR due to automation and self-service options expanding.
What’s a fun fact about you?
There are too many to just name one! I am a twin. I played basketball from three years old until college and almost decided to play overseas after college. I grew a garden with my own hands and hope to one day never purchase fruits or vegetables again because I’ll be able to pick anything I want from my own garden. I also hope to feed anyone who wants or needs food from my garden. I dance in the rain every chance I get.
What was your favorite thing to do as a kid?
Play basketball and play with my Barbies!
Which two people would you have brunch with and why?
Michelle Obama. I think if she and I would have met before she became first lady, we’d be good girlfriends. Also, my great grandmother, Daisy. I never met her and would love to hear her side of all the stories my family has told us over the years.
What’s your favorite quote?
Depends on the season of my life. It used to be, “It’s not about what was taken, but what I did with what was left behind.” My current favorite is, “It’s a great day for a great day!”
|Tamika S. Harold, a results-driven, partnership-focused professional, serves as a Consultant for the firm’s Outsourcing practice. Tamika provides strategic human resources, thought partnership and operational support to the teams she supports. Tamika’s approach to delivering exceptional HR outcomes is a direct result of her extensive and diverse education and professional background. Read Tamika’s full bio.|
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