My line manager seems less than interested in conducting one-on-ones with me and I have no clue how to fix it.
I am relatively new to the corporate world and have been at my current job for less than a year. I recently discovered that my manager has been conducting regular one-on-ones with all of her direct reports except for me. Thankfully I am the kind of person who gives updates proactively, so we weren't completely out of synch during this time.
When my manager realized she'd forgotten to schedule a standing meeting for me, she apologized profusely. I gave her the benefit of the doubt and just accepted that I'd fallen off the radar somehow. In the week that followed, I had to remind her no less than 3 times to schedule a standing one-on-one meeting for me. Our first was scheduled for today, and she missed it without as much as a heads-up e-mail, despite sending me messages regarding project-related material this morning.
My performance reviews from this manager have been excellent and she is very friendly and polite with me when we do interact. I've been told I exceed expectations in several areas, especially for someone who came into the position with almost no prior industry knowledge. However, I feel my career is being neglected and am unsure about how to rectify this in a professional and positive way.
I want to grow with this company and be afforded the same access to my manager that my colleagues clearly enjoy. Any advice would be appreciated.