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Why This Book Matters:
Radical Candor tells us how to be the best boss without losing that sensitive humanistic touch, as well as how to create a workplace environment that is conducive to great results.
The Big Takeaways:
- Great managers care for their team personally and give them testing challenges.
- If Managers and bosses meet their employees with empathy/sympathy, but should also test their employees when they are under-achieving.
- Managers and bosses must try all they can before coming to the extreme alternative – firing an employee.
- When an employee is fired, it is not only the employee but the boss who suffers.
- Honesty is still the best policy, especially when it comes to the professional scope.
- Good managers and bosses must avoid sugar-coating things to their employees. They should be open and honest about the expectations of their employees.
- Be direct and honest about your employees’ shortcomings, but be wise enough not to sound rude.
- Delivering constructive criticism while being respectful and appreciative is the ultimate radical candor.
- You can either be a quiet or a loud listener, though the prior is the ideal approach.
- The ideal way to solve challenges adhering to your team is to listen to them quietly.