How to ask questions of a direct who doesn't communicate during One on Ones, and why this approach is NOT micromanaging.
Sometimes directs don't share very much in their one on ones. Sometimes they're just not comfortable with developing a strong relationship with their boss. Sometimes they're not a naturally comfortable communicator. But managers must keep working at it. Asking questions about work and status is an effective way to do so - and it's not micromanaging.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- How can I engage a non-communicative direct in a One on One?
- What if a direct says they don't have anything during a One on One?
- Is it micromanaging to suggest specific actions steps to a direct?
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