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One-on-One Meetings

Effectively prepare for 1-on-1 meetings with 100+ 1-on-1 meeting questions and agenda templates.

Why One-on-One Meetings?

After surveying 1,182 managers and 838 employees in 2018, 89% of managers said that one-on-meetings positively affect their team’s performance. However, 40% of employees think their manager is “not prepared” or “not prepared at all” for 1-on-1 meetings. Ouch. This is where our One-on-Ones Tool helps:  You can schedule 1-on-1 meetings, write a shared agenda, keep track of takeaways, and use 100+ suggested one-on-one questions and agenda templates – all supported by best practices from 2,000+ people.

How our One-on-Ones Tool works.

Schedule a 1-on-1 meeting using our One-on-Ones Tool – and it’ll seamlessly integrate with your Google Calendar or Outlook. Then, write a shared agenda with your direct report, using our 1-on-1 meeting agenda templates and 100+ suggested questions. After the meeting, share action items, give feedback on the meeting, and keep a record of all your one-on-one meeting notes, all in one place.

Make your one-on-one meetings high leverage.

Outcomes are predicated on preparation. One-on-one meetings are no different. The key to making the most of them is effective preparation. Learn best practices by reading our “Guide to One-on-One Meetings” in our Knowledge Center in Know Your Team, and then use our hundreds of suggested 1-on-1 meeting questions and agenda templates to help you prepare for them well – and save you time.

“The bank of one-on-one questions pulls insights and provides bonding with my team that I wasn’t able to have before. KYT beats the hell out of my old strategy of frantically googling ‘questions good managers ask in one on ones’ every week.”

– Matt Sencenbaugh, Manager at Shelterluv

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The One-on-Ones Meeting Tool is just one of many features you have access to when you sign up for Know Your Team. See all the features in Know Your Team here, or learn more about the methodology behind each feature here.