How to Write a One on One Meeting Agenda |

What is a One on One Meeting?

Why You Should Schedule One on One Meetings

What to Know Before Scheduling One on One Meetings

1. Decide on a Meeting Frequency

2. Set the Location

3. Prep Before the Meeting

  • If you will be recording the meeting, make sure your employee is aware
  • Review the purpose of the meeting
  • Ask them how they’re doing
  • Revisit the questions sent before the meeting, including
  • Ask what’s currently motivating them
  • Review any current team projects and ongoing collaborations
  • Discuss employee performance and provide feedback (be sure to acknowledge any recent wins)
  • Discuss their short-term and long-term goals, and how you can offer support



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