Richer conversations with your people

Setting regular One-to-One meetings with your people provides an opportunity to build a goal setting culture where everyone knows how to be successful.
It also ensures your people have the continuous support and coaching needed to grow.
Set regular Cadence

One-to-One meetings don’t have to be just between managers and employees. Whether it’s a manager, coach, mentor or colleague, your people can collaborate regularly in person or via video.

 

Build a regular habit with One-to-Ones that match your schedule, and change the time when necessary. All scheduled One-to-Ones and updates are automatically captured and integrated into your calendar for convenience.

Collaborate on a shared agenda

A consistent approach  to richer conversations with your people can go a long way in performance management. 

 

Collaborate and agree on a shared agenda before meeting. During the One-to-One, take shared and private notes and access real-time updates relating to goal progress, feedback and praise, all in one place.  Drive accountability and ensure follow-ups happen with one-to-one action items.

Collaborate on a shared agenda

A consistent approach  to richer conversations with your people can go a long way in performance management. 

 

Collaborate and agree on a shared agenda before meeting. During the One-to-One, take shared and private notes and access real-time updates relating to goal progress, feedback and praise, all in one place.  Drive accountability and ensure follow-ups happen with one-to-one action items.

One-to-one invite reminders
Updates & Reminders

Get reminder emails and notifications when your One-to-One agenda or schedule changes. Introduce agenda items for the next meeting and follow-up on previous action items.

One-to-One invites seamlessly integrate with Outlook, Gmail & Apple Mail calendars, making them easy to manage.

Better conversations with your people

eBook - Everything You Need to Know About Holding 1-1s

Effective 1:1s are a key component of modern leadership.

Every meeting will be different, and you need to know

how best to approach them and what questions to ask.

 

Our latest eBook shows you how.