Free Your Feedback
& the Rest Will Follow
Packed with irreverent humor, The Feedback Loop teaches your team Radical Candor’s proven feedback framework to help you get more stuff done with less drama, retain top talent and increase revenue.
For companies with over 250 people who want to personalize the program or deploy it via their own learning management system, we offer an enterprise license.
For individuals, teams and companies smaller than 250 people, or for larger companies looking for a plug-and-play experience, we offer individual licenses starting at $59 per person.
A one-of-a-kind experience that pairs entertainment and education featuring Kim Scott and David Alan Grier, each option includes 5 episodes and accompanying in-depth practice and reflection exercises so you can start applying the principles of Radical Candor immediately.
Based on Proven Practices from
the Bestseller Radical Candor
Anyone who has spent a long time in an office job will have suffered the indignities of a training day. Thankfully, there are inventive ways to undergo training online. [And] comedy can be a source of solace in a crisis.” — The Economist
What’s feedback got to do with it? If it’s running a successful business or building strong relationships, effective feedback is everything.
Kim Scott’s proven Radical Candor framework is based on Caring Personally and Challenging Directly to give guidance and feedback that’s kind, clear, specific and sincere.
Rooted in comedic storytelling, The Feedback Loop is the only virtual workplace “training” that’s equal parts fresh, fun and effective.
Laugh & Learn Your Way to
a Feedback-First Culture
Research suggests a majority of employees don’t receive the feedback they need to perform better at work, causing companies to lose time, talent and money.
Enter The Feedback Loop — think The Office meets Groundhog Day — a 5-episode workplace comedy series that brings to life Radical Candor’s simple framework for navigating candid conversations.
Binge-worthy, not cringe-worthy, the digital program includes:
- An hour of hilarious content about a team whose feedback fails are costing them business.
- Improv-inspired exercises to teach everyone the skills they need to work better together.
- After-episode action plans you can put into practice immediately.
See Who’s Embracing The “F” Word
“This was outstanding! This takes experiential learning to another level.”
“Fantastic way to demonstrate the Radical Candor concepts in realistic situations!”
“I haven’t enjoyed myself in such a long time. This was a job well done.”
“I think the characters’ success is the clarity of communication AND getting really crisp on each of their roles.”
“‘It’s not mean…it’s clear,’ classic Kim Scott.”
“This is a mix of The Office + Brooklyn 99 + The Good Place.”
“I am really enjoying this; it’s really funny and a great way to demonstrate [Radical Candor].”
“This is genuinely entertaining. I’d watch this as a TV show.”
“I love the fact that [the characters] are realizing that they are going to be in the loop until they get it right.”
“Where can we buy some #RadyCandy? It was hilarious.”
My favorite line … ‘If you can say it to a dog it’s not praise.'”
“Associate engagement, caring and candid feedback, strong relationships and investing in our teams’ success are important to us. Therefore, we are excited to continue our relationship with both Radical Candor and Second City Works!”
“By fostering a culture of Radical Candor on our team, we’ve been able to move even faster as an agile company. We get to the root of issues faster, but we also are able to mentor much more effectively.”
“Radical Candor had a significant impact on our team. Overall, it’s encouraged our managers to step outside of their comfort zones, engage in healthy debates, and think about feedback in a different light.”
“You all deserve the credit for a truly transformative experience!”
“We absolutely LOVED the workshop. It was fun, engaging and instrumental in our leadership development. Second City Works and Radical Candor rock!”
“Investing in Radical Candor [training] pays for itself: We grew 285% the year we implemented Radical Candor.”