Most managers have one-on-ones. But few are making the most of them.
We do them, because we know we should. But nobody tells us how best to do them.
One-on-ones are an essential tool in any manager’s toolkit.
They’re a great way to drive individual alignment and engagement.
But – according to Harvard Business Review – almost 50% of all managers don’t think they’re making the most of them.
How come? Because few organisations provide guidance or training on when and how to run great one-on-ones.
That’s why we’ve created the free Impact Society Ultimate Guide to Great One-On-Ones.
The guide answers questions about one-on-ones, like:
- How often should they be?
- What’s the purpose?
- What’s the best format?
- How do I implement a new system of meetings with my team?
- Is it ok to cancel one-on-ones?
It also includes downloadable template agendas, e-mails and calendar invites.
This resource will help new managers hit the ground running with one-on-ones.
And it will help seasoned managers get the most out of the time they invest one-on-one with their team.