Ray Dalio: What Would Happen If You Were 100% Honest With Your Colleagues? Entrepreneur Ray Dalio would want somebody to tell him if he's about to make a mistake. So in his company, even the most junior employees are expected to give him--the boss--critical, honest feedback.
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Ray Dalio: What Would Happen If You Were 100% Honest With Your Colleagues?

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Ray Dalio: What Would Happen If You Were 100% Honest With Your Colleagues?

Ray Dalio: What Would Happen If You Were 100% Honest With Your Colleagues?

Ray Dalio: What Would Happen If You Were 100% Honest With Your Colleagues?

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Part 2 of the TED Radio Hour episode Transparency.

About Ray Dalio's TED Talk

Entrepreneur Ray Dalio would want somebody to tell him if he's about to make a mistake. So in his company, even the most junior employees are expected to give him--the boss--critical, honest feedback.

About Ray Dalio

Ray Dalio is the founder of the world's biggest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, which manages $160 billion.

His book, Principles, describes his business philosophy of "radical transparency" which he believes is the key to Bridgewater's success.