One-on-ones are a time for you to recalibrate and connect with individual teammates. But a lot of the time, these moments default to pretty tactical status updates. In this video, learn how to make one-on-ones more than an update and leverage this time with individuals on your team for maximum impact.
(electronic music) … - [Woman] As a leader, your individual relationships … with your team members is paramount. … Those strong relationships result in more trust, … and more transparency. … - [Woman] You're right, and the other thing … I think about is, you're going to make mistakes as a leader. … - [Woman] Everyone does, course they do. … - [Woman] And the better your relationship is … with your team members, the more likely … they're going to assume that you have good intentions, … and it's going to be a lot easier for you to bounce back. … - [Woman] The most crucial place … where those relationships are formed … are in one-on-one conversations, … and there's a few practical best practices for that. … And the first is, to set regular times with each team mate. … If you wait to schedule them based on that week's calendar, … or until there's time to schedule them, … you're probably not going to do them … as frequently as you'd like. … - [Woman] So you want to get just a standing time. …
- Aligning your team and setting goals
- Holding high-impact one-on-ones
- Delivering feedback
- Navigating team conflict and change
- Recruiting talent
- Leading through disruption