One on Ones While Traveling - Part 1

Questions This Guidance Answers: 
  • Do I still do One on Ones when I'm traveling?
  • How do I fit One on Ones in when I'm traveling?
  • What kind of places can I use for One on Ones?

This guidance recommends how to do One on Ones while you are traveling.

Many managers tell us they can't do One on Ones because they travel too much. Mark laughs at this, having missed maybe 2-3 O3s in 20 years while logging millions of seat miles in the air. Here's how to do it right.

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Mike and Mark,

I just took a new job in Louisville and I want to credit you for the instructions on preparation, again.  This is the second successful career change in a row I made using your guidance.  Thank you.

This is my first role as a manager of directs and I start one-on-ones next week.  Since I will be traveling for the second O3, I listened to this cast and learned a great deal about professional business travel.  I have to admit that I have been (past tense) guilty of many of the unprofessional behaviors you mentioned. 

A cast providing some guidance on time/priority management while traveling might be of benefit to those of us who are not road warriors.