12 questions to guide your next 1 on 1 meeting
Highly engaged organizations rank one on one meetings as the best communication strategy. This is ahead of emails from leadership and all-company meetings. It's clear that 1:1 meetings can be very effective.
But not all one on one meetings are created equal. You can't just do one on one meetings—you have to do them well.
Whether you're new to one on one meetings, or simply looking to refresh your employee one on one meeting template, we can help! Our GOOD framework will help you create a solid foundation for engaging and productive 1 on 1 meetings.
Discuss professional goals and goal progress since your last one on one meeting and consider adjustments.
Identify roadblocks to goal completion and employee success.
Consider new opportunities for further learning, development, and growth.
Agree upon action items needed before your next one on one meeting.
The GOOD model allows managers to build trust and motivate employees to take ownership of their performance.