How to optimize one-on-one meetings

A survey confirms the importance of face-to-face discussions, but doing it right requires clear objectives, open dialogue and giving employees specific feedback on how to succeed.

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Here are the main takeaways from the survey:

3. What makes a one-on-one either motivating or demotivating? Half of the responding employees felt that the most motivating part of a one-on-one was getting the help they needed to be successful in their role.

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