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“There’s feedback and there’s guidance; there’s praise and there’s criticism. All of it is important to do better work, but to develop a better and more productive workplace and relationships — the way we give and receive feedback really matters.” We’ve written about “radical candor” — giving feedback that both challenges people directly and shows you care personally, in the past. In this a16z podcast, Radical Candor founder Kim Scott and a16z’s Sonal Chakshi take a deep dive into the best way to give feedback that is neither “obnoxiously aggressive” or “ruinously empathetic,” how managers can use radical candor to develop their employees, how it can impact millennials, creatives, and underrepresented groups, and more.
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