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Radical Candor

By Kim Scott and Russ Laraway / Onward Project / Panoply

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A show about how not to hate the boss you have...or be the boss you hate. Hosts Kim Scott and Russ Laraway, Candor, Inc. co-founders and Silicon Valley veterans, will share stories from their experiences and change the way you think about management. Join us each week for actionable tips for doing the best work of your life and building the best relationships of your career.

Customer Reviews

I love this podcast

Well, admittedly, I am biased. This is the podcase I do with Russ Laraway. We are having enormous fun doing it. But of course we want to know how it could be better. Give us Radical Candor on Radical Candor :)

One of the best business podcasts

If everyone listened to this podcast, we could avoid so much of the suffering we do at work and in our personal relationships. Radical candor will radically change your life!

Candor Is Advice With Heart & Brains

I worked with Kim Scott and Russ Laraway at Google. They walk the talk and I'm thrilled that Radical Candor is being spread via podcast. Even though it's thought of as "management advice," i find it will really shape how you think of interacting with people in general for more honest, caring relationships.

disclosure: my venture fund is an investor in Kim and Russ' new company.

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