One-on-one meetings are a valuable tool for both managers and employees. And it's no wonder. Organizations are using ongoing performance management best practices to help improve employee engagement. One-on-one meetings are a must for helping build better manager-employee relationships. Of course, both sides need to know how to get the most out of the time spent together.
"The Ultimate Guide to 1:1 Meetings for Managers and Employees" goes through the all-important why of 1:1 meetings through to the nuts and bolts of running them. These meetings require commitment and accountability on both sides to make a true impact.
What should people get out of 1:1s?
- Employees get a voice with their manager
- Managers can build deeper connections with team members
- Managers and employees get a better understanding of needs and aspirations
- Everyone gets a dedicated time they can timeake the opportunity to give feedback
We've included tips for how to decide where, how often, how long, and the structure for 1:1 meetings. Then it's up to the manager and employee to set the agenda (mostly the employee). But the true success of 1:1s is in the preparation. And we've laid out the steps for managers and employees to use to show up for the conversation prepared.
Download The Ultimate Guide to 1:1 Meetings for Managers and Employees now to get everything you need to prepare for, host, or attend 1:1s.