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Do One-on-Ones, Like a Boss

Are you getting the most out of your one-on-one meetings?

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There are millions of articles and books about the importance of one-on-ones for managers and leaders. When I was a new manager, it’s something I read about and put a lot of effort into. I didn’t feel like I was good at them, and I didn’t look forward to them.




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