If you are a line manager, one-to-one meetings can be a valuable opportunity for constructive dialogue with team members. This shouldn’t be transactional or a box-ticking exercise. For multi-unit managers, one-to-ones are the key to creating a dialogue and really understand what’s happening at a grassroots level. It’s all about building confidence and rapport.

One-to-ones are your must-do meetings, your single best opportunity to listen, really listen, to the people on your team to make sure you understand their perspective on what’s working and what’s not working. Kim Scott, author Radical Candour

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