Two of the most common mistakes managers make with One-On-Ones is not following up on topics of conversations and not following through on their commitment to do them at all.
Starting One-On-Ones is daunting for many managers. Our guidance admittedly makes it MORE so, by asking managers to announce what they're doing in advance. This reduces one of the biggest mistakes managers make with O3s, which is to start and then have them fade away due to neglect.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What kinds of common mistakes do Managers make doing One-On-Ones?
- What will happen if I don't follow up on One-On-One discussions?
- What could happen if I don't continue to have One-On-Ones?
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