One-on-One: Standard Checking-In Meeting
How to Run a One-on-One Meeting
This meeting agenda template is one of two one-on-ones designed by Paul Axtell. One-on-one sessions can truly be a back-and-forth, give-and-take discussion that leads to transparency, clarity, and progress. The best one-on-one meetings are led by the employee rather than the manager.
The "Standard Checking-In" approach works well for weekly or bi-weekly check-in meetings lasting 30 to 45 minutes.
Use this meeting agenda template to help you prepare for and participate in the next one-on-one with your manager.Related Posts:
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- Author: Paul Axtell
- Duration: 30-45 minutes
- Group Size: Once every 1-2 weeks
- Solution Categories: Managers
- Meeting Types: One-on-One Meetings
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