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One-on-One Meeting

What is a One-on-One Meeting?

A One-on-One Meeting is used to offer support, develop relationships, and ensure mutual accountability between two people.

You can find an introduction to One-on-One Meetings in Chapter 19 of our book, Where the Action Is. You may also want to visit the Learn More link, below, for resources to help you plan, run, and troubleshoot the specific meetings your team needs.

Examples

  • The Manager/Employee One-on-One
  • Coaching Sessions
  • Mentorship Meetings
  • The “Check In” with an Important Stakeholder
  • Performance Reviews
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