Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Deciding who to meet with in a one-to-one, part of Leading Productive Meetings.
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Occasionally, when I talk about the concept of one-to-one meetings, people are…uncertain who they should be holding these meetings with.…To help you decide the best people to meet with in one-to-one meetings,…we've provided a simple worksheet that will walk you through the decision-making process.…This worksheet is a subjective guide that allows you to evaluate for yourself…the needs of the people that you work with.…In the first column, you will see Work Relationship.…Simply list all the people that you work with on a regular, recurring basis.…
Don't worry about listing people that you work with once per year or less.…Only focus on the names of people that you see on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis.…Next, you'll fill in each of the columns with a simple scale.…The first two columns ask for a 0 or a 3, meaning put 0 if it doesn't apply or 3 if it does apply.…For assistance, if you manage the person, or they manage you, then put down a 3,…and a course if no management is involved then you would put a 0 there.…
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- Reducing the length and number of meetings
- Making sure everyone feels heard and appreciated
- Using one-on-one meetings to minimize workplace distractions
- Following up on meeting work<br><br>
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