It’s no surprise that the best companies develop their people in the best ways. One-on-ones are a big part of coaching and mentoring and are rarely done right. Tomasz explores best practices for getting the most out of one-on-ones, including preparation and format.
- One-on-ones are most successful when a list is compiled by both parties and a format is established in advance.
- Specific thoughts on how to best format one-on-ones using four concrete sections to guide the conversation.