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Kim Scott

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Best-Selling Author; Co-Founder, Just Work & Radical Candor

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Culture, Candor & More Reel – Kim Scott

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We can create the kind of environments in which everyone can do the best work of their lives and enjoy working together. Workplace injustice may feel monolithic, but if we break it down into its component parts, we can begin to match solutions to problems and eliminate the root causes of workplace injustice: bias, prejudice, and bullying.

Learn to differentiate between these different problems so that you can identify how leaders, observers, people harmed, and even people who cause harm can respond in a way that moves us toward Just Work—an environment in which everyone can collaborate and respect one another’s individuality, so we can all get stuff done fast and fair.

To be a great leader and create high-performing, happy teams, the single most important thing you can do is focus on feedback: giving it, receiving it, and encouraging it. Radical Candor is a simple framework developed to help you build a candid culture of effective feedback.

Radical Candor is the ability to give feedback in a way that challenges people directly and shows you care about them personally at the same time. It will help you and all the people you work with do the best work of your career and build stronger working relationships. Radical Candor really just means, “saying what you think while giving a damn about the person you’re saying it to.” But people rarely do this.

Why is it so rare that such a simple thing feels radical? Radical Candor gives your organization concepts, vocabulary, and tactics you can put into practice immediately.

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