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Regular one-on-one meetings provide managers with an opportunity to head off problems and efficiently answer the many small, quick questions that arise during the workweek. In this course, Dave Crenshaw shows you how to establish a one-on-one meeting schedule and agenda, assign and review actions items, and assess the results of the meeting and follow up on promises. The course also explains how to effectively listen to employees' needs and when to offer training and development.
You've now completed Leading Productive one-on-one Meetings. In this course, we've given you a framework you can use in any company to make one-on-one meetings more productive and focused on results. The most important principle of any meeting is that it gets you the results that you want. I'd recommend that every attendee create a schedule to regularly review this course on lynda.com. Review this course twice per year, or even once per quarter, and you'll sharpen your meeting skills and pick up on things that you may have missed the first time around.
One-on-one meetings exist to serve you and your business, not the other way around. Make an effort to regularly improve the quality of your meetings and you'll see them become more and more effective and accomplish great results for you and your coworkers. Thanks for watching, and happy meeting!
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