One-on-ones are my most valuable meetings; here’s how I run them🔒 medium.com
I like to read about how leaders use one-on-one meetings and this is an excellent, and simple one.
If done effectively, these one-on-ones are an opportunity to show my team that I care about them, their professional success, and their overall happiness. It gives them an opportunity to step back and think about what they need to be successful, and to hold me accountable to setting them up for this success.
Mathilde Collin writes about three distinct types of one-on-ones, with various structure and objectives. This looks amazing, and definitely requires good preparation ahead of time. I’m going to try and cherry pick some things from this. 👏Posted on May 9, 2019 →