#42: How to Have a Truly Valuable One-On-One Meeting - A Guide for Managers

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ONE-ON-ONES: THE COMPLETE CHEAT SHEET (Free Download) - The complete guide to harnessing the full power of truly high-leverage recurring One-On-One meetings.

The One-On-One Checklist (Free Download) -  Easily keep track of your meetings and jot down highlights for each discussion point. Use this CHECKLIST as a front-page supplemental tool for your more extensive 1:1 session notes.  

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS EPISODE

One-on-one meetings can be tricky. The value can feel elusive and the blur of daily life and reacting to constantly changing needs and time pressures. So how can you avoid wasting both your time and the time of your employees? How do we actually get the work done that needs to be happening right now, but also how can we set ourselves up for a future where each of us is more valuable to the whole? How do you have a one-on-one meeting that can make a real difference? Management and leadership is a constant balancing act and it often can feel like we put off important connections for the sake of what seem like our top priorities at the time. Today we discuss how you can leverage your one-on-one meetings in a way that can actually help you and your employees to better keep up with those tasks and priorities and to expand the value of that employee relationship. Get the most out of your one-on-one meetings. Leveraging your one-on-one time has huge benefits, not just for your team, but also for yourself. It's a creative game. How do you design a conversation that can move the needle in the future?

  • 3:02 - Get the free one-on-one complete cheat sheet right now!

 

  • 4:31 - What are the true benefits of a consciously led recurring one on one meeting?

 

  • 5:18 - Avoid some of these common pitfalls and mistakes when holding one on one meetings.

 

  • 10:27 - What is the purpose of a one on one meeting?

 

  • 11:30 - Why you should hold a one time introductory and role negotiation meeting before beginning regular one on one meetings.

 

  • 16:57 - What to do before each one on one meeting. 

 

  • 20:27 - 10 tips to run a successful, productive, and high-leverage one on one meeting.
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