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Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss | First Round Review

Radical Candor — The Surprising Secret to Being a Good Boss

How to Give Your Skin a Detox

How to Give Your Skin a Detox

A Boss vs A Leader

I like this Boss vs Leader. Most of us will be in a director or supervisor position. It's great ways see the difference because a boss and a leader.

In Becoming the Boss, Lindsey Pollak provides insight on leadership styles, communicating, and resolving people issues for those who aspire to become business leaders, especially individuals in the millennial generation. The book covers preparation, personal branding, essential leadership qualities, prioritizing, delegating, and career growth. It also discusses the value of having mentors and mentoring others.

Becoming the Boss: New Rules for the Next Generation of Leaders by Lindsey Pollak

Inspiration

Servant Leadership: The Difference Between a Boss and a Leader. A great illustration defining the line between boss and leader.

Wish more people would take this to heart.

I am a leader!

A boss tells people what to do, a leader shows how to do things. A boss criticizes and a leader gives advice. A boss demands respect and a leader earns and deserves respect. Be a leader, not a boss

Investigating the root of social media addictions - validation addiction - the constant need for praise - praise actually gives humans a dopamine high, not unlike many illicit drugs.

Unfortunately I don't feel this is something a boss learns to become. It needs to already be who a person already is. How to Be a Good Boss/Team Leader/ Any people oriented leadership position

Ideas on how to be a good boss.  http://qz.com/561252/the-surprising-secret-to-being-a-good-boss/

Criticizing your employees when they mess up isn’t your job—it’s your moral obligation

Thoughts on Gender and Radical Candor Management expert Kim Scott builds on her argument for 'Radical Candor' by looking at the challenges of giving and receiving feedback through a gender lens.

So you've heard of radical candor by now, right? That's just one of many tools you'll need to be a better boss, according to Candor, Inc. co-founder Kim Scott. You also must master the different modes of performance on your team — especially for your top people. Here's why.

Warning: This Is Not Your Grandfather’s Talent Planning

So you've heard of radical candor by now, right? That's just one of many tools you'll need to be a better boss, according to Candor, Inc. co-founder Kim Scott. You also must master the different modes of performance on your team — especially for your top people. Here's why.

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