How We Work Podcast: Kim Scott on Radical Candor, Just Work, and Traveling to the Care Personally Dimension

February 17, 2022
 

 

It's February 2022 and many of you probably completed your annual reviews in the last few weeks. It's a time to get valuable feedback, look back on accomplishments, and set goals for the year. And as helpful as those reviews can be, they should not be the only time that kind of conversation happens at your company. In fact, research shows that to prevent turnover and improve employee engagement, those conversations should be happening a lot. At least monthly, but even weekly or biweekly.

Our guest on this episode of How We Work is a proponent of having conversations and delivering feedback with humanity whenever you can. Her name is Kim Scott, and she is the author of The New York Times bestsellers “Radical Candor,” and “Just Work” – two books that make the case for consistent, honest communications at work, and what needs to happen to make sure they're experienced by everyone in the office.

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