Startup Best Practices 9 – Structuring One On Ones To Maximize Your Team’s Success

The best companies have the best teams and the best teams are fostered by great managers. This Tomasz Tunguz article gives meaning to the usually dreaded weekly one-on-ones managers have with their employees, including easily implemented changes a manager can include for effective one-on-ones.

Key Takeaways:

  • Managers are the most important influencers of development and retention of a best-in-class team.
  • Best practices for productive one-on-one meetings to cultivate a best-in-class team.

Read the Tomasz Tunguz article