Three Star Leadership | Wally Bock | Getting Candid about Candor

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When Walt Whitman spoke of “candor” in the preface to Leaves of Grass, he was referring to a virtue. In his day, “candor” meant what Merriam-Webster calls “unstained purity.” Today, author Kim Scott wants us to practice Radical Candor so that we can “be a kick-ass boss without losing your humanity.” Clearly, something has changed. Scott may well be at the “radical” end of things, but there are a lot of people who would like us to have more candor in the business world. Jack Welch is probably th.  show all text

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