How to have an honest one-on-one with an employee
Claire Lew

Three things are very important in getting the best out of one on one convos. 1. Explain your point of view — This is an opportunity for you to demonstrate authenticity and vulnerability.

2. Explore the other employee’s point of view — Now is the time to listen. Draw him/her out with unambiguos questions.

3. Determine and agree line of action — The next steps following the one on one is vital and demonstrates to the employee that the convo is a precedent to their personal and organisational improvement.

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