Setting up Meetings with your Employees
The cornerstone of mastering the art of managerial meetings with your employees is active listening: the art of synchronizing, questioning, and rephrasing.
On this basis, you will be able to integrate the steps of managerial meetings, give positive or negative feedback to your employees or colleagues and conduct annual performance review.
How to lead successful one-on-one meetings with your employees?
Just follow 5 very simple steps: a warm welcome, getting straight to the point, sharing, setting concrete goals and following up.
How to practice active listening? Above all, what is the basis of active listening?
Availability, curiosity and openness. Here are the 3 key principles to which you can link 3 tools: synchronization, questioning and reformulation.
We are going to study these qualities and tools that will make you an excellent communicator.
Do you congratulate your collaborators and colleagues?
Do you also, like many others, believe that when a job is well done, then it’s so normal that there’s no point in pointing it out?
Do you remember to give positive feedback to your colleagues and your superiors?
Given that positive feedback is a source of well-being, motivation and performance, you are really missing out on a great lever.
Is your employee or colleague not on target with a goal that you have agreed on?
Are their attitudes and actions not in line with the expectations?
Don’t delay refocusing with them.This is a great opportunity for you to show courage, caring and agility.
Normally the annual performance review is a time of sharing which takes place every year between a manager and his team members. It’s a time to talk about the year that’s gone by, review the previous goals set and to determine new objectives.
How to make this interview a springboard for everyone and not a trying moment?