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I recently shared with you an article on how one-on-one meetings can increase employee retention and engagement. There’s another thing that one-on-one meetings can do – improve employee knowledge and skills. Learning opportunities can happen anywhere, including during one-on-one meetings.
However, for learning to be effective, it must be delivered properly. This is where learning often gets a bad rap. Simply telling someone something isn’t learning. At best, it’s a conversation. At worst, it’s a directive.
Organizations can give managers a learning model that allows them to deliver learning anytime to any size audience.