The dread of One-on-Ones

Buy bother?

  • Validation
  • Coaching
  • Mentoring
  • Career development
  • Synchronisation on non-critical issues
  • Validation
  • Coaching
  • Mentoring
  • Career development
  • Synchronisation on non-critical issues

It doesn’t work!

One-on-Ones are driven by the coachee

Getting Started

Initial O3 Flow

Long Term Vision

Next Month’s Objectives

Issues and Resolutions

Subsequent O3s

Subsequent O3 Flow

Previous Objectives

Achievements

Issues with Me

Issues and Resolutions

Long Term Goals

Next Months Objectives

FAQ

Summary

The Good

  • Validates and empowers coachee
  • Provides tight feedback
  • Encourages openness
  • Builds trust
  • Builds careers
  • Encourages long-term partnerships

The Bad

  • Extra time in meetings!
  • Lifetimes of misconceptions to break
  • Learning curve for managers
  • Possibly some initial apathy from coachees

The Debatable

  • Heavy focus on employee instead of business

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