Published: December, 2021
A one-on-one is a scheduled, face-to-face meeting between you and an employee. As the name implies, the participants in this meeting are just you and another person.
Unlike other meetings, like those about status updates or employee performance, the one-on-one is less formal. It can address a wide range of issues that don't fit in other discussion or meeting types, such as concerns and frustrations relating to work or any inspiring ideas the employee may have.
As a manager, part of your duty may be to hold one-on-one meetings with your employees to check in on them and discuss issues of importance. To get the most out of a one-on-one meeting, it's important to understand why they're important and how to conduct them. Done effectively, they can strengthen your professional relationship with your employees and increase their morale and engagement.
One-on-one meetings often feel more hurried and disorganized than they need to be. It’s important to check in regularly with each of your employees, but how can you make the best use of the time?
How can you make the meetings more productive and collaborative?
What do you need to change as the manager and what do you need to ask your direct report to do differently as well?
Effective 1-on-1 meetings are one of the most impactful things a leader can do for their team.
In this CPE webinar, speaker Jeff Smith will share and demonstrate his unique and powerful method to conduct and develop effective 1-on-1s. His method can be used by both people managers and employees to bring structure to their 1-on-1s, take control over their personal development and improve the human experience of work.
MY-CPE LLC, 1600 Highway 6 south, suite 250, sugar land, TX, 77478
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Senior Investigator, Dawson Forensic Group
Smith has worked as a Certified Fraud Examiner for over 7 years. As an associate and Senior Investigator at DFG, he serves in all aspect of the forensic service offerings, along with an additional focus on data forensics, research, technical writing, cyber investigation, and anti-fraud program education. He is also working to expand the mission of DFG in the field of education through Continuing Education services and the production of training videos. He is a 2008 graduate of Southern Nazarene University. He is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and holds a certificate as a certified fraud examiner.
Dawson Forensic Group was founded by our president Steve Dawson CPA, CFE upon his retirement from a distinguished 26 year career as a partner in one of the nations top 400 public accounting firms, serving as a financial statement auditor, forensic examiner, and nationally-recognized public speaker/trainer.
As a certified public accountant (CPA) and a certified fraud examiner (CFE), Mr. Dawson recognized the need for a single-purposed company devoted to fraud prevention, detection, and education. As a result, he established Dawson Forensic Group to combat small business fraud through forensic auditing, litigation support, accounting records reconstruction, internal control design consulting, and anti-fraud training services.
The company has continued to expand in staff and levels of service due to the increasing need for small businesses to accomplish the necessary goals of establishing sound internal controls and developing effective anti-fraud programs
Dec 27th, 2021
I enjoyed this webinar, the speaker was clear and engaging
Dec 27th, 2021
unique but informative
Dec 28th, 2021
This may work for a live session but was not meant for offline session.