Why you need them and how to do them well
According to the latest State of the American Manager report from Gallup, employees who have regular meetings with their managers are almost three times as likely to be engaged as those who don't. These regular check-ins keep managers and employees in sync and aligned. Want to have better manager/employee relationships? Then make an all-in commitment to 1:1 meetings. Not sure how? You've come to the right place.
In this webinar with Jamie Resker, Founder and Practice Leader for Employee Performance Solutions (EPS), and Teala Wilson, Talent Management Consultant at Saba Software, you'll get the inside track on how to hold effective 1:1 meetings.
Watch this on demand webinar to get practical tips for building better manager-employee relationships with intention and purpose.
- Go beyond discussing the status of everyday work to higher level topics, including recognition, performance, development, and career aspirations
- Learn how to decide meeting frequency, what to cover, as well as roles and responsibilities of the manager and employee
- Understand how you can build trust and make it comfortable for employees to provide upward feedback
Founder and Practice Leader for Employee Performance Solutions (EPS)
Jamie Resker, Practice Leader and Founder of Employee Performance Solutions, is a recognized innovator in performance management. She is the originator of the-the Performance Continuum Feedback Method® and Conversations to Optimize Employee Performance training program; tools and training that reshape communications between managers and employees to drive and align performance. Jamie is on the faculty for the Northeast Human Resources
Senior Consultant, Strategic Services, Saba Software
Teala is a Talent Management Consultant at Saba Software. She has worked with teams on a national and global level supporting human resources in areas such as performance management, recruitment, employee benefit programs, training and talent development, workforce planning and internal communications. Teala also has a personal passion for visual arts and design.