As a leader, you know how beneficial one-on-one meetings can be. Whether with staff or colleagues, the challenge is how to hold effective one-on-one meetings. Tips and tactics abound, but ultimately, the goal remains the same: support.
Whatever you do in planning, facilitating and following up on your meetings, the goal should revolve around support.
The most common mistake leaders make when planning a one-on-one meeting is to make the meeting about status updates. Yes, this type of meeting is common. But it’s time-consuming and tends to be, let’s say, not the most interesting of discussions. It’s