Four simple questions for better one-on-ones

Make your time with each employee more valuable for both of you

Last updated on May 11th, 2021 at 02:44 pmHere’s a secret: One-on-ones are among the best leadership strategies I know.  But let me explain. By “one-on-ones,” I don’t mean the many one-to-one interactions you have with your employees every day. They’re not the drive-by conversations when a problem comes up or a new need arises. 

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Aleta Norris is a partner and co-founder of Living As A Leader, a national leadership training, coaching and consulting firm. Living As A Leader supports the development of leaders in more than 125 organizations across the country. For several years, Aleta has been researching and speaking about the critical responsibilities organizations and leaders share related to the attraction, retention and engagement of the emerging workforce.

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