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Next Move, Best Move puts the ball back in your court.

My hope is that the advancement of your career will be a continuous process you embark on so that you're always ready for the next move, or better yet, the next move finds you.


Read the book and you’re ready to create your own career strategy?


This book is dedicated to any professional who has felt over- looked, unappreciated, and undervalued.With your next move, you have the power to change the trajectory of your career.

- Kimberly Brown

about the book

An expert guide for professionals seeking to strategically navigate the world of work and make their next move their best move.

In Next Move, Best Move, career and leadership development expert and author Kimberly Brown delivers a practical and actionable manual for professionals to align with their skills and passions with their careers. With detailed guidance on each and every page, Brown paves a clear path to create actionable strategies through proven, effective framework and conscious processes, enabling professionals to do more, be more, and achieve more.


Take stock of your experiences to ensure strategic career moves

Discover how to cultivate and maintain fruitful relationships that support career growth

Uncover how to build a two-year career strategy to transition to future leadership positions

Gain a deeper look into personal and professional branding to ensure alignment with leadership capabilities and career goals

Learn how to use your voice to advocate for yourself

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Next Move, Best Move: Transitioning Into a Career You’ll Love puts the ball back in your court through transformational lessons to ensure you channel and utilize your highest potential.


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Kimberly is the voice of our generation and a trusted resource who remains true to her vision. Kimberly's commitment to career growth strategies creates an empowering space for us all to take our seat at the table.


Pauleanna Reid, Journalist

Kimberly Brown’s ‘Next Move Best Move’ reminds you that it is never too late to craft the career of your dreams.  Reading the book is like having a relatable, candid, and supportive career and leadership coach in your ear. Through this book Kimberly not only inspires you to action with her own narrative, but most importantly delivers a clear outline, measurable steps, and specific tools that you can use to ensure ‘your next move is your best move.’


Daniella Kahane, Executive Director/CEO, WIN SUMMIT

Kimberly Brown beckons the leader in each of us to reach for our career goals and dreams, and offers insightful tools and tips to get its readers that much closer to accomplishing them. This book is also a wonderful and much-needed reminder, especially for women, that there is greatness inside of us; all we have to do is lean into it. Her career lessons are invaluable for anyone seeking to carve out their special place in the workplace. 


Samantha Hunter, Writer for Martha Stewart and Forbes

about the author

Kimberly Brown, career + leadership expert, has embarked on a mission to expertly lead and navigate readers to and through their desired career field, earn the salary they deserve (plus more), and become industry leaders who not only reap satisfaction in the workplace but regain control over their professional lives. With the detailed guidance within Next Move, Best Move: Transitioning into a Career You’ll Love, Brown paves a clear path to create actionable strategies through a proven-effective framework and conscious processes, enabling professionals to do more, be more, and achieve more. 

Through Brown’s professional experiences as a career development adviser in the some of the nation’s top universities and a diversity + inclusion professional in a Fortune 100 company, her highly celebrated book works in tandem with her experiences and sought-after leadership development company, Brown Leadership™, which provides fail-proof solutions to companies looking to engage and retain their workforce. 

Kimberly has had the opportunity to speak to and create workshops for many organizations, including the Warner Media, SXSW, TBWA Worldwide, Fairygodboss, Urban League, Princeton University, Salesforce and Google, and Electronic Arts among others. Her work has been featured on The Wall Street Journal, MONEY Magazine, Essence Magazine, Business Insider, Fox 5, CNBC, Martha Stewart and more. She is also on the Board of Directors for The Power of You Teens organization.

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