candor


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Synonyms for candor

ability to make judgments free from discrimination or dishonesty

the quality of being honest and straightforward in attitude and speech

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It is impossible for any man of candor to reflect on this circumstance without partaking of the astonishment.
Summary: New Delhi [India] July 26 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Candor TechSpace, the leading provider of IT/ITES office spaces, held a Workspace Efficiency Summit on Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) at Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi.
The main premise of 'Radical Candor' is that you don't need to cuss or shout or act rude to be a great boss.
The FCC is probing whether Sinclair "engaged in misrepresentation and/or lack of candor" with the agency when it was seeking approval for the $3.9B deal, according to a June 25 letter viewed by the Journal.
Healthcare coverage company Candor USA disclosed on Monday that it has appointed Max Howell as its chief product officer.
OKLAHOMA CITY Candor and Waddell Pointer announced Wednesday the planned merger of their business operations, which include marketing, public relations, event management and social media services.
Kim has been a CEO coach at Dropbox, Qualtrics, Twitter, and several other technology companies, and she cofounded the management consulting firm Candor, Inc., putting into practice the principles laid out in her book (Scott, 2018).
Sessions said in a statement that "McCabe made an unauthorized disclosure to the news media and lacked candor - including under oath - on multiple occasions.
Candor, a technology and marketplace company specializing in pairing consumers with top health plans, has acquired Tenex, a comprehensive software development company, the company said.
19 December 2017 - US-based health plan marketplace operator Candor has acquired software development firm Tenex, the company said.
In Radical Candor, she shares the management style she has developed over her career, an approach based on two core principles: "Care Personally" and "Challenge Directly." Scott argues that the current business environment has become too focused on "being nice," to the point that even constructive disagreements are discouraged and candid feedback is never offered; the insistence on niceness, she asserts, keeps people and company performance from being its best.
Practicing candor and transparency is simply the right thing to do, right?
The toolkit will help expand use of an AHRQ-developed communication and resolution process called Communication and Optimal Resolution, or CANDOR, which gives hospitals and health systems the tools to respond immediately when a patient is harmed and to promote candid, empathic communication and timely resolution for patients and caregivers.
Relatedly, this Note will take a subjective view of judicial candor. The assertion that an actor should disclose what he believes the reasons for his actions were is a subjective prescription for candor, where the assertion that he should disclose what the reasons actually were is an objective one.