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1-on-1 meetings between managers and direct reports are becoming an increasingly popular and beneficial practice amongst organizations. Unfortunately, the brunt of the responsibility is being put on managers, who aren’t always given the structure, tools, or training they need to be successful. And the skills required for impactful 1-on-1’s – such as asking good questions, resolving conflicts, and guiding the growth of employees – aren’t skills that always come naturally to managers.
That’s why we encourage organizations to take a more active role in supporting managers so they can have better conversations with their