5 ways to get the most out of one-on-ones
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Meeting notes

A freeform, prosaic approach to running one-on-one sessions.
Before each one-on-one session, copy and paste the ‘Meeting Template’ text to the page—labelling it with the appropriate date. Once pasted, click the pointer arrow to expand the note template to edit the sample content. For an alternate approach, try .
Meeting template
[Team member name] sentiment:
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Why...

[Manager name] sentiment:
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Why...

Key updates
Things we should both be aware of...

Topics for discussion
Areas we would like to discuss today....

Regular check-ins
Is it the start of a new month?
Is it the start of a new quarter?

Nov 8, 2019
[Team member name] sentiment:
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Why...

[Manager name] sentiment:
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Why...

Key updates
Things we should both be aware of...

Topics for discussion
Areas we would like to discuss today....

Nov 1, 2019
[Team member name] sentiment:
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Why...

[Manager name] sentiment:
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Why...

Key updates
Things we should both be aware of...

Topics for discussion
Areas we would like to discuss today....

Oct 25, 2019
[Team member name] sentiment:
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Why...

[Manager name] sentiment:
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Why...

Key updates
Things we should both be aware of...

Topics for discussion
Areas we would like to discuss today....

Oct 18, 2019
[Team member name] sentiment:
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Why...

[Manager name] sentiment:
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Why...

Key updates
Things we should both be aware of...

Topics for discussion
Areas we would like to discuss today....
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