Kick ass at work
while embracing your humanity
Radical Candor — Caring Personally while Challenging Directly — is guidance that’s both kind and clear, specific and sincere. The antidote to toxic company cultures, it’s a simple concept that’s not always easy to practice.
Our proven feedback-driven management philosophy, based on Kim Scott’s bestselling book, Radical Candor, encourages you to grow as an individual, build a cohesive, kick-ass team and achieve exceptional results.
Change is Hard — We Can Help Your Organization Build a Kind and Clear Radically Candid Culture
Kim Scott or a trained Candor Coach will introduce key concepts, share their own stories, and provide tools to get you started on your road to Radical Candor.
Develop a shared vocabulary and learn to practice the Radical Candor order of operations: Get, give, gauge and encourage feedback.
Digital Laugh & Learn Program
The Feedback Loop = digital exercises + a workplace comedy starring David Alan Grier to help you develop a candid, feedback-driven culture.
What is radical candor?
A management philosophy based on Caring Personally while Challenging Directly.
Practices to get, give and encourage guidance and feedback at work (praise and criticism).
Strategies for building a cohesive team.
Tools to help you and your team get stuff done with less drama.
It’s not a license to act like a jerk.
It’s not an invitation to get creepily personal.
It’s not just for managers — we all want to succeed.
“With Radical Candor, Kim has bottled some of Google’s magic and shared it with the world.”
Former SVP Business Operations at Google
“Radical Candor is packed with illuminating truths, insightful advice and practical suggestions, all illustrated with engaging (and often funny) stories from Kim Scott’s own experiences at places like Apple, Google and various start-ups. Indispensable.”
Author of NYT bestseller The Happiness Project
“Kim Scott has a well-earned reputation as a kickass boss and
a voice that CEOs take seriously...
If you manage people—whether it be 1 person or a 1,000—you need Radical Candor. Now.”
Author of NYT bestseller Drive
“Reading Radical Candor will help you build, lead and inspire teams to do the best work of their lives.”
Author of the NYT bestseller Option B