Join us on our journey to rid the world of bad bosses
An executive education company based on Kim Scott’s best-selling book, Radical Candor is a team of passionate professionals helping people cultivate more caring and candid relationships at work.
Get started on the road to Radical Candor
Build a Great Team
Everyone can be excellent at something. Putting the right people in the right roles will help you and your team reach your highest potential.
Create a Culture of Feedback
Implementing a feedback-first culture will improve your relationships and help your team achieve more success than you ever thought possible.
Achieve Results Collaboratively
Learn how to get everyone moving in the same direction, and keep them moving without bogging things down.
Change is hard. We can help.
Our Candor Coaches — dedicated management and leadership experts who share our passion for bringing Radical Candor to life — deliver inspiring keynotes and immersive workshops to teams around the world.
Learn Key Concepts
Giving and receiving feedback can be uncomfortable, but it’s an important part of success at work. Learn a powerful framework, develop a shared vocabulary and get practical tips you can immediately put into practice.
Put It Into Practice
We teach you how to give and receive clear and kind feedback, providing tips and tools to help your team start putting Radical Candor in action.
Commit to Candor
Each organization is unique. We’d love to learn more about the specific problems you are trying to solve so we can customize an engagement that best meets your needs.
Radical Candor in Action
Helping companies around the world create a culture of guidance.
ZenHub applies the Radical Candor principles
Read about how ZenHub, known for building the new standard in developer collaboration tools, applied the principles of Radical Candor to their internal engineering organization.
Amazon’s “Day One: Insights for Entrepreneurs”
Radical Candor’s Kim Scott teamed up with Amazon to support entrepreneurs and business leaders in the market for inspiration and innovation.
Radical Candor gives guidance to Gather
Learn how Nicholas Miller, co-founder and CEO of Gather, the leading event software for restaurants and venues, introduced Radical Candor, and how it helped Gather evolve their feedback culture.
Gem uses Radical Candor to recognize success
Gem, a Los Angeles-based blockchain company focused on healthcare and supply chain, introduced their 20-person team to Radical Candor. Looking for ideas to roll out the framework?
ThreeSixtyEight makes Radical Candor a core value
Learn how ThreeSixtyEight, a digital services company, made Radical Candor a core value for internal and client interactions. For teams looking to introduce Radical Candor, read three recommendations from ThreeSixtyEight CEO Kenny Nguen.
Speaking of candor
Every day people tell us that learning to Care Personally and Challenge Directly has made their teams happier and more productive.
“It’s been an incredible journey for us — from book studies to informal discussion, the Radical Candor quadrants have become a new vocabulary in our district. The positive impact of Radical Candor has been far-reaching, thank you!”
St. Vrain Valley School District
“The AsiaPacific leadership team used this workshop to assess and improve how they communicate to their teams and each other, integrating learnings from the Indian, Singaporean, and Australian cultures while together. Having a Radical Candor coach and peers from other regions to practice with was invaluable.”
“Thank you so much for coming and working with our team. Everyone loved the workshop…everything you shared with us will help us be our best selves and best Hireologists in 2019 and beyond.”
“I loved it! I was already familiar with the concept, and still it was a great conversation…Meeting these world-class business ‘gurus’ is very inspiring and aspirational.”
Nubank team member
São Paulo, Brazil
“I’ve only heard GREAT things about the training. It makes me so proud of this team to hear them reflecting on their styles and thinking about what they need to change in their behaviors.”