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== One-on-One Meetings ==
 
== One-on-One Meetings ==
One-on-One (O3) meetings are invaluable. I share a Google document with each member of my team as a running agenda for these meetings. It gives me and the team member I'm meeting with somewhere to drop notes before we meet. Here's an example:
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One-on-One (O3) meetings are invaluable. Meeting for a half-hour every two weeks seems about right to me.
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I share a Google document with each member of my team as a running agenda for these meetings. It gives me and the team member I'm meeting with somewhere to drop notes before we meet. Here's an example:
  
 
* https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FC6PZhx-Sp1Hq0nLSM8gsWO0_KwdcLAlioPEMYHopCc/edit?usp=sharing
 
* https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FC6PZhx-Sp1Hq0nLSM8gsWO0_KwdcLAlioPEMYHopCc/edit?usp=sharing

Latest revision as of 15:31, 24 October 2020

Best Practices

Some insightful posts I've come across over the years that have helped shape my management philosophy:

One-on-One Meetings

One-on-One (O3) meetings are invaluable. Meeting for a half-hour every two weeks seems about right to me.

I share a Google document with each member of my team as a running agenda for these meetings. It gives me and the team member I'm meeting with somewhere to drop notes before we meet. Here's an example: