Direct reports one-on-one agenda
Direct reports one-on-one agenda

The following In-house Advisor practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Direct reports one-on-one agenda
  • Key elements
  • Dissent or scepticism
  • Making the most of one on one sessions
  • Leadership team meetings

Key elements

Direct reports one-on-one agenda

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This is how Alan Chapman of www.Businessballs.com summarises the responsibilities of a team leader, as a manager of individuals:

  1. understand the team members as individuals—personality, skills, strengths, needs, aims and fears

  2. assist and support individuals—plans, problems, challenges, highs and lows

  3. identify and agree appropriate individual responsibilities and objectives

  4. give recognition and praise to individuals—acknowledge effort and good work

  5. where appropriate reward individuals with extra responsibility, advancement and status

  6. identify, develop and utilise each individual's capabilities and strengths

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