Have You Ever Been Desired in the Workplace?Your Next Move

Have You Ever Been Desired in the Workplace?

Does your workplace know what your impact is? And the value that you bring? Do your mentors and sponsors know what roles you're interested in and what you'd be a great fit for? Are you able to articulate the accomplishments that you've made in the workplace?

Tune in as your host asks these questions and more, pushing you to identify and build your brand. As Kimberly explains, driving desire in the workplace comes from having a clear personal and professional brand. So what do you want to be known for?

KEY POINTS:

  • Does your brand speak for itself?
  • Why you need to do more than just the work - you have to speak about it!
  • How to discover your brand
  • What is the gap between where you are and where you’d like to be?
  • Four key relationship types to push your career forward

QUOTABLES:

“When we're talking about building a strategic career, you want to be desired for roles that are in alignment with what you want to do.”

“You want to be sought after for your potential if you are a younger employee, or based upon your impact and value that you already have a track record for in the workplace.”

Have career and leadership development questions? Email Kimberly at podcast@manifestyourself.com

Learn more about Kimberly Brown and download a free career strategy template at kimberlybonline.com

Read the book “Next Move, Best Move: Transitioning Into a Career You’ll Love” at nextmovebestmovebook.com

Follow Kimberly on social media:

IG | @kimberlybonline - instagram.com/kimberlybonline

FB | facebook.com/kimberlybonline

Twitter | twitter.com/kimberlybonline

LinkedIn | linkedin.com/in/kimberlybonline

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I love the messages and positive energy of this podcast. I want to use the tips in my daily life. I listened to “Mixtape Confidence” episode and it was very insightful on how personal life and work are a balance that we need to focus on. Also , i love the reference to the movie “Girls Trip”. The actress Tiffany Haddish has a very inspiring story . Hopefully one day she will be a guest on the podcast

Tim Allsop
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So, so good! Kimberly just has IT!

Brmcneil17
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This episode was like having a conversation with friends. Friends who have been in the trenches with you and understand corporate life.I am embarking on a new work from home morning routine and liked how Kimberly and Tara talked about having a plan but going with the flow. Some days I need coffee before mindfulness… it’s my routine I can do what feels right!Thanks ladies!

JLHigh
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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.

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