Confessions of a First-Level Leader: There's no Time for 1-on-1s With my Team

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1-on-1s are key to building high-engagement and maintaining accountability. They are simply too important to skip. Make them part of your leadership toolkit with these seven steps. 


Don't let 1-on-1s slip into the ineffective and monotonous territory of simple status reports and progress checks. Get 100+ questions to improve your 1-on-1s and use them to engage your people, uncover issues, and unleash potential. 

 

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