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Episode 51 | Using Radical Candor to Become a Better Leader

Episode 51 |  Using Radical Candor to Become a Better Leader

WITH JASON ROSOFF

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Hey Group Practice listeners! In this episode, I’m talking with CEO and co-founder of Radical Candor, Jason Rosoff.

Things we discuss in this episode:

  1. What Radical Candor is
  2. Building better relationships at work and making great bosses
  3. Why radical candor is an uncommon act
  4. What the 2×2 tool is + how to use it
  5. How we can create a radically candid workplace
  6. Tips for the Ruinous empathy leaders
  7. How to be more receptive to feedback

Transcript:

Maureen Werrbach

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Maureen

Maureen Werrbach is a psychotherapist, group practice owner and group practice coach. Learn more about her coaching services here:

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