I recently saw Kim Scott, author of Radical Candor, speak at a conference. Wow. She’s really fantastic! Should you ever get the opportunity to listen to her live, don’t pass it up.
If you aren’t familiar with her radical candor work, the idea is to Care Personally and Challenge Directly. She said during her talk “It’s your job as a leader to tell people when they are making mistakes.” I think this goes for leading in all directions, up, down and sideways. Radical candor is about four key areas:
1. Getting feedback
2. Giving feedback
3. Gauging feedback
4. Encouraging feedback
First on the list is getting feedback. My big takeaway from this section was to have a go-to question which is intended to elicit thoughtful feedback. I know my go-to question when coaching and soliciting feedback is “Was there something you wanted to further explore, but didn’t get the opportunity to?” Another option might be “What could I do or stop doing that would make it easier to work with me?” And don’t forget to leave room for an answer. Don’t jump in too quickly. Give them a chance to think and respond. Here’s another great piece of advice from Kim. Whether you implement the feedback or not, be sure to circle back and let them know what you’re thinking and what you’ve done. People don’t mind being wrong, but they do mind not being heard.
More to come on the other areas. For now, let’s focus on soliciting candid feedback.
What’s your go-to question? What’s the most impactful feedback you’ve received? How did that feedback lead to meaningful, lasting change?
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Just stories of how various people set up business’ that cost 100 to start up that have a 50k+ profit each year
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