Radical Respect

Kim Scott

09 May 2024
384 pages


'Beautifully written, wise and practical' - Angela Duckworth, bestselling author of Grit

From the author of the revolutionary bestseller Radical Candor comes the updated guide on how to cultivate a respectful atmosphere in the workplace.

Radical Respect shows how organizations that respect individuality and optimize for collaboration are more successful, joyful places to work.

We can create cultures where everyone does the best work of their lives and enjoys working together. Scott offers a simple framework that helps us identify what gets in the way - and practical, tangible tips for how to get back on track.

No matter what your role is, this is the essential guide for creating the kind of workplace where you and those around you can thrive.

'Kim Scott's insights will help you be a better leader and create a more effective organization' - Sheryl Sandberg, former COO of Meta and bestselling author of Lean In

‘Powerful and perceptive . . . belongs on the shelves – and in the hearts and minds – of leaders everywhere’ – Daniel H. Pink, bestselling author of To Sell is Human

Previously published as Just Work, now substantially revised and updated.

In this powerful and perceptive book, Kim Scott offers a bold vision – a workplace where respect and collaboration prevail over domination and conformity . . . a sparkling combination of moral courage and practical solutions. It belongs on the shelves – and in the hearts and minds – of leaders everywhere
In debates over workplace inequality, we don’t talk enough about the ‘how’ – how to respond to a boss or co-worker who acts unfairly, how exactly that person should change their behaviour. [This book] helps answer the how. Kim Scott provides actionable, effective ways for fighting discrimination and harassment with engagement, collaboration and respect
Scott’s experiences leading teams at Google and Apple led to this book, which espouses a workplace culture where leaders care deeply about their employees and challenge them to be their best selves