AS you see here, the purpose of these one-on-ones is a quick check base to find out:
How is it going?
Is there anything you need?
Is there anything I can help you with?
The more team leaders are aware of how their team members are doing, and how they are focusing, the easier it is to make quick adjustments, troubleshoot to keep things moving forward. With these regular touch points, small issues rarely become larger issues which come out of the blue.
For those that aren't in face-to-face environments, I'll take a look at tips for virtual team leaders.
What do your one-on-one conversations look like? Sound like?
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