What Great Bosses Do Differently [Podcast]

January 21, 2016

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When was the last time you avoided giving valuable feedback because you didn't want to come across as mean?

We've all done it. We think we're being kind and merciful.

But, we aren't.

Turns out, this behavior can have drastic consequences at the office -- especially when you're managing a team.

In this episode of The Growth Show, Kim Scott, an author who's previously worked with companies like Twitter, Apple, Google, and Dropbox, dives into her framework for radical candor, and explains why it can build better companies. She also gives tips for making a change in your own management style to have a happier, more successful team.

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