Engaging employees is at the top of many organizations’ lists. This goal is much more attainable when one-on-one meetings are incorporated into their culture.
Many leaders don’t take the time to organize these communicative sit-downs. What if leaders were provided with a recipe to hosting successful one-on-one meetings? Quantum Workplace — a company with an employee feedback platform designed to make work better each day — created the infographic below, breaking down the steps to produce a healthier one-on-one experience.
Their infographic below provides steps to a recipe for successful one-on-one meetings. It’s time to ensure our leaders are given the tools to incorporate meetings into their culture. Some highlights include:
- 85.7% of highly engaged organizations conduct one-on-one meetings between managers and employees.
- Only 24% of employees are satisfied with how their manager communicates the organization’s goals and strategies.
- 52% of employees think leaders who don’t make time to meet with employees are less effective.
- 49% of employees say having a manager who respects their ideas is very important to them.
Check out the full infographic to see what ingredients you’re missing to achieve successful one-on-one meetings!
What do you think is the most important part of engaging in a one-on-one meeting? Let us know in the comments!
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