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Rules for Effective Hiring — and Firing

Joel Peterson, chairman of JetBlue Airways, has spent a career leading teams, building businesses, and managing people at every level. Along the way, he’s learned valuable lessons about the best ways to bring on new talent – as well as when and how to let people go. He also teaches at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and is the author of the book Entrepreneurial Leadership: The Art of Launching New Ventures, Inspiring Others, and Running Stuff. Download this podcast ALISON BEARD: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review. I’m Alison Beard. Today about some of the most important decisions a leader makes. Hiring and firing. It can be the best news you’ll ever deliver. CLIP: I think if I had a catch phrase, it would be “you’re hired and you can work here as long as you want.” CLIP: I said to myself, go ahead. Take a…

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Defining Radical Candor – and How to Do It

Kim Scott, a cofounder of the executive coaching firm Radical Candor, says that too many managers give meaningless positive feedback, while many others are highly critical without showing any understanding. Scott, who previously worked at Google and has consulted for Twitter and Dropbox, says leaders should learn to give honest feedback in the moment, while also developing a relationship that shows how the hard feedback is coming from a place of caring. She explains the steps managers can take to challenge more directly while also communicating empathy. Scott is the author of the book Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity. Download this podcast TRANSCRIPT CURT NICKISCH:  Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review.  I’m Curt Nickisch. Who is the ideal boss?  Some people strive to be the leader with the iron fist, take no prisoners, hold up a high bar.  If workers can’t hack…

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How People Succeed By Defying Expectations

Laura Huang, associate professor at Harvard Business School, has studied groups that face bias in the workplace, from entrepreneurs with accents to women and people of color. She says that the best way for individuals to overcome this type of adversity is to acknowledge and harness it, so it plays to their advantage instead of holding them back. Start by recognizing your outsider status and the preconceived notions others might have about you, then surprise them by showing how you defy their expectations and can offer unique value. Huang is the author of the book Edge: Turning Adversity Into Advantage. Download this podcast TRANSCRIPT ALISON BEARD:  Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review, I’m Alison Beard. Whether you’re interviewing for a job, angling for a big assignment, or pitching a new idea to a boss or investor, the goal is always the same: you want to persuade people…

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Rules for Effective Hiring — and Firing

Joel Peterson, chairman of JetBlue Airways, has spent a career leading teams, building businesses, and managing people at every level. Along the way, he’s learned valuable lessons about the best ways to bring on new talent – as well as when and how to let people go. He also teaches at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and is the author of the book Entrepreneurial Leadership: The Art of Launching New Ventures, Inspiring Others, and Running Stuff. Download this podcast ALISON BEARD: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review. I’m Alison Beard. Today about some of the most important decisions a leader makes. Hiring and firing. It can be the best news you’ll ever deliver. CLIP: I think if I had a catch phrase, it would be “you’re hired and you can work here as long as you want.” CLIP: I said to myself, go ahead. Take a…

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Defining Radical Candor – and How to Do It

Kim Scott, a cofounder of the executive coaching firm Radical Candor, says that too many managers give meaningless positive feedback, while many others are highly critical without showing any understanding. Scott, who previously worked at Google and has consulted for Twitter and Dropbox, says leaders should learn to give honest feedback in the moment, while also developing a relationship that shows how the hard feedback is coming from a place of caring. She explains the steps managers can take to challenge more directly while also communicating empathy. Scott is the author of the book Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity. Download this podcast TRANSCRIPT CURT NICKISCH:  Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review.  I’m Curt Nickisch. Who is the ideal boss?  Some people strive to be the leader with the iron fist, take no prisoners, hold up a high bar.  If workers can’t hack…

read more

How People Succeed By Defying Expectations

Laura Huang, associate professor at Harvard Business School, has studied groups that face bias in the workplace, from entrepreneurs with accents to women and people of color. She says that the best way for individuals to overcome this type of adversity is to acknowledge and harness it, so it plays to their advantage instead of holding them back. Start by recognizing your outsider status and the preconceived notions others might have about you, then surprise them by showing how you defy their expectations and can offer unique value. Huang is the author of the book Edge: Turning Adversity Into Advantage. Download this podcast TRANSCRIPT ALISON BEARD:  Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review, I’m Alison Beard. Whether you’re interviewing for a job, angling for a big assignment, or pitching a new idea to a boss or investor, the goal is always the same: you want to persuade people…

read more

Rules for Effective Hiring — and Firing

Joel Peterson, chairman of JetBlue Airways, has spent a career leading teams, building businesses, and managing people at every level. Along the way, he’s learned valuable lessons about the best ways to bring on new talent – as well as when and how to let people go. He also teaches at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and is the author of the book Entrepreneurial Leadership: The Art of Launching New Ventures, Inspiring Others, and Running Stuff. Download this podcast ALISON BEARD: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review. I’m Alison Beard. Today about some of the most important decisions a leader makes. Hiring and firing. It can be the best news you’ll ever deliver. CLIP: I think if I had a catch phrase, it would be “you’re hired and you can work here as long as you want.” CLIP: I said to myself, go ahead. Take a…

read more

Defining Radical Candor – and How to Do It

Kim Scott, a cofounder of the executive coaching firm Radical Candor, says that too many managers give meaningless positive feedback, while many others are highly critical without showing any understanding. Scott, who previously worked at Google and has consulted for Twitter and Dropbox, says leaders should learn to give honest feedback in the moment, while also developing a relationship that shows how the hard feedback is coming from a place of caring. She explains the steps managers can take to challenge more directly while also communicating empathy. Scott is the author of the book Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity. Download this podcast TRANSCRIPT CURT NICKISCH:  Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review.  I’m Curt Nickisch. Who is the ideal boss?  Some people strive to be the leader with the iron fist, take no prisoners, hold up a high bar.  If workers can’t hack…

read more

How People Succeed By Defying Expectations

Laura Huang, associate professor at Harvard Business School, has studied groups that face bias in the workplace, from entrepreneurs with accents to women and people of color. She says that the best way for individuals to overcome this type of adversity is to acknowledge and harness it, so it plays to their advantage instead of holding them back. Start by recognizing your outsider status and the preconceived notions others might have about you, then surprise them by showing how you defy their expectations and can offer unique value. Huang is the author of the book Edge: Turning Adversity Into Advantage. Download this podcast TRANSCRIPT ALISON BEARD:  Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review, I’m Alison Beard. Whether you’re interviewing for a job, angling for a big assignment, or pitching a new idea to a boss or investor, the goal is always the same: you want to persuade people…

read more

Rules for Effective Hiring — and Firing

Joel Peterson, chairman of JetBlue Airways, has spent a career leading teams, building businesses, and managing people at every level. Along the way, he’s learned valuable lessons about the best ways to bring on new talent – as well as when and how to let people go. He also teaches at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and is the author of the book Entrepreneurial Leadership: The Art of Launching New Ventures, Inspiring Others, and Running Stuff. Download this podcast ALISON BEARD: Welcome to the HBR IdeaCast from Harvard Business Review. I’m Alison Beard. Today about some of the most important decisions a leader makes. Hiring and firing. It can be the best news you’ll ever deliver. CLIP: I think if I had a catch phrase, it would be “you’re hired and you can work here as long as you want.” CLIP: I said to myself, go ahead. Take a…

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