Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Determine the agenda, part of Leading Productive One-on-One Meetings.
- Now that you've established a one-on-one meeting schedule,…you may be wondering, what's the agenda?…What should we cover?…I've provided a simple agenda for you…that you can download in the exercise files.…Feel free to adapt this simplified outline…to your specific needs.…First, begin your meeting on time.…This establishes mutual respect for each other's time…and for the value of the meeting itself.…Second, follow up on action items…committed to in the previous meeting.…
The actions we commit to in these meetings…are only as valuable as our ability to follow through.…So make sure take a momnent and check…that both attendees kept their commitments.…Next, the leader will teach a brief training,…about three to five minutes.…No matter who you're meeting with,…this is a great opportunity for you to help that person…learn and grow in samll ways.…The fourth step in the agenda is where you give them…an opportunity to ask you for their needs.…
You'll listen patiently and give them the opportunity…to ask as many questions as they want to ask.…
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- Identify the best frequency for your one-on-one meetings.
- Explore tools for personal training such as storytelling.
- Recognize the importance of punctuality and ending meetings on time.
- Recall methods for assessing the effectiveness of one-on-one meetings.