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Radical Candor Podcast

Podcast Season 2, Episode 3: Unhappy Cats In a Pond—Challenging Directly During a Crisis

In its most basic form, Radical Candor is a framework to facilitate communication that is kind, clear, specific and sincere. It’s about being able to Care Personally and Challenge Directly at the same time. While this kind of communication is always important for building trust and maintaining relationships, it’s even more important during a crisis when anxieties are heightened and everything is uncertain. Kim, Jason and Amy unpack how to Challenge Directly during a crisis without losing your humanity.

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Podcast Season 2, Episode 2: Zoom Roulette & Other Ways to Check In With Remote Teams

Suddenly the leader of a remote team due to COVID-19? Or maybe you’re an individual contributor who feels abandoned by their manager. On this episode of the Radical Candor podcast, Kim, Jason and Amy talk about how to effectively check in with teams of all sizes while working remotely. Plus, what happened to Russ? Who are Amy and Jason? Listen to find out!

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Podcast Season 2, Episode 1: Leading With Kindness & Clarity During a Crisis

The Radical Candor podcast version 2.0 is here! Our first episode is a special discussion that originally aired as a live conversation between Kim Scott and our Improvising Radical Candor partner Kelly Leonard from Second City Works. You can click on the logo or title to read the transcript or push play listen to Kim and Kelly Discuss how to lead with kindness and clarity during a crisis.

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Podcast Episode 20: Help! My Boss is an Absentee Manager

Absentee managers may not be as frustrating as micromanagers, but they’re even more common and can have a negative impact on your career. Kim and Russ share stories of absentee managers, talk about whether to just make do with this type of boss, and give their tips for what to do when you find yourself with an absentee manager.

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