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Kim Scott is the author of several books including Radical Candor: Be a Kickass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity and Just Work: Get Sh*t Done, Fast & Fair. She has held management positions at both Apple and Twitter, and she is the co-founder of Radical Candor, LLC.
Today, Kim joins me to talk about the power and meaning of just leadership. She notes the power of feedback and how to respond to it. She talks about the need to recognize failure and the power of the default. She defines just work and notes the difference between bias, prejudice, and bullying. She talks about the power of common language and shares how to write and use a code of conduct. She distinguishes between It, I, and You statements and explains when to use each. She shares some practical steps to address injustice in the workplace and offers her take on alcohol in the office. She also notes the need for boundaries between your work life and your non-work life.
“Managing a restaurant or managing a small business, people are people.”
- Kim Scott
“We can’t fix the problems that we refuse to notice.”
- Kim Scott
Key Takeaways this week on the L3 Leadership Podcast:
● The power of recognizing your failure
● The difference between bias, prejudice, and bullying
● What is a code of conduct?
● When to use an I, It, or You statement
● Kim’s take on alcohol in the office
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