The importance of One on One

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Goals of One on One meetings

  • Giving the person you are meeting the feeling they are being heard
  • Let the person you are meeting share their situation, in their own words
  • Hopefully get some feedback
  • Genuinely care for others

Meeting rules

  • No miss!
  • No Agenda on my part
  • Be on time, and stick to time
  • Listen carefully and take an actionable

No miss!

No Agenda on my part

Be on time and stick to time

Listen carefully and take actionable

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