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Kim Scott Aug 12
The point of is that it is possible to Care Personally + Challenge Directly at the same time. We can break free of a false dichotomy that leaves too many people feeling they have to choose between being a jerk & being incompetent. Listen:
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Clare Sudbery 11h
Replying to @ClareSudbery
Honesty is no good without compassion.
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Humanex Ventures Aug 12
Humanex Lunch and Learn! Today we’re learning about Radical Candor! Does your organization use this?
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Kim Scott Aug 10
If you are clear in your own mind about how your feedback will be helpful, it will come across to the other person naturally. But if you don’t understand why your feedback is helpful, how will the person receiving it? Learn more:
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Radical Candor Aug 10
Free advice for professional cat herders.
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Coker Oluwafemi Aug 12
To truly grow, you must accept that you could be wrong — you must be able to admit and take correction when presented with irrefutable fact
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Clare Sudbery 12h
This is such an important concept - that human relationships should replace bullying and bureaucracy. From the book by Kim Scott.
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Mariano Rentería Aug 10
Next book from ...
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Jeremy Rinkel Teacher 7h
My read for the weekend. So thankful for inter library loans. I’ve saved so much money utilizing to support my reading habits the last few years.
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Kim Scott Aug 7
Part of what gives bosses trouble with humility is that they have a little bit of power. Don’t let it go to your head. Remember, being a boss is a job, not a value judgement. Get more tips on the podcast: + 10% off our laugh & learn program.
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Rod Moody Aug 13
13 Tips from Kim Scott on how to use whilst working with remote teams
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Rafaela Soeira Aug 11
Do you know what Radical Candor is? Shortly, it is a new way to give feedback. Check out.
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Radical Candor Aug 9
Did you know you can accomplish more by doing less?
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Kim Scott Aug 11
Vague feedback doesn't show the recipient what to do more of or what to do less of. Telling someone, "That was a bad move" doesn't show the person WHY it was bad or HOW they can improve.
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Amin Sorour Aug 11
Manipulative insincerity as explained by in "when a manager doesn't care enough about the person to challenge directly, but give praise or criticism, but too focused on being liked or to gain some sort of political advantage by being fake"
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Dennis D Kirkpatrick Aug 14
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Demian Szyld, MD, EdM Aug 13
Replying to @Talk2MeDoc
I like the questions and the disposition focus too. Can you squeeze in some feedback convos? They can help you pick the topic or case, you can select and share 1 thing you liked and why, you can ask them to do the same.
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Michael Michelini Aug 10
What Mike is Up To Now? - Improving Internal Systems Read the full article here:
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Radical Candor Aug 8
Have questions about feedback at work? We want to hear from you. Send your questions to podcast@radicalcandor.com and we might tackle your question on an episode. You can listen to our first Q&A episode here:
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Gulsen Kutluoglu Aug 9
"It's not mean, it's clear"
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