It’s a different kind of episode as Your Next Move welcomes podcast host and CEO, Jessica Hurley. In this reverse interview, Kimberly gets vulnerable as these two powerhouse women discuss learning how to operate by themselves, leaning into the feminine, and what Kimberly wishes she could have done differently. Listen in to this candid dialogue and get a glimpse of what really lies behind your formidable show host and her dream to become the Oprah of career and leadership development.
“I would rather die on the treadmill next to you, than let you beat me."
“I'm always used to having accountability. I had to do something, I had to prove myself, create the strategy, do the thing, in order to get the opportunity. So that's just how I operate.”
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Kimberly literally shares everything I only WISH I knew before working my way up the corporate ladder and transitioning into a job that I’d love (and one that paid me WELL). She touches on everything from pivoting in my career to salary negotiations - and what I appreciate most is that she speaks from a place of experience! She has RECEIPTS. I also love that the information is delivered in bite sized episodes - short enough for a quick listen, but long enough to make a lasting impact and providing actionable tips to implement. This podcast has my highest recommendation - especially for women of color looking to break through limiting beliefs, secure their dream position, and finally to get paid their worth.
Kimberly’s content is billed as being for women and people of color. As a white male, I feel that her content is universally applicable. As a person that benefited from privilege I appreciate having access to this point of view. I feel that being able to get an understanding of these topics from her perspective helps me better approach these topics with my employees.I hope she keeps producing new episodes and publishing books.
Short and easily ingestible coaching and informational knowledge. Kimberly tells relatable stories and gives great career advice!
I really enjoy this podcast! I love how encouraging the message is but also REAL advice even if it may be unsettling to hear!This podcast gets me excited and empowered to take actionable steps in my career!