Consistent 1-on-1 meetings provide managers an opportunity for 2-way feedback that when done frequently, gives an accurate representation of their teams health and performance.
With some planning and the right advice, managing remote employees shouldn’t be any harder than when done in person.
A healthy workplace culture is derived from honest and robust feedback - relying on it for direction and efficiency.
During meetings, managers are better able to discover employee challenges, share information, mentor, and build a rapport with their team.
Stepping into a leadership position as a first time manager can be quite an intimidating, and overwhelming experience.
If you’re a first time manager, it’s likely you’ve heard talk about “S.M.A.R.T” goals but are unsure of how to execute them.
Feedback received via surveys provides the most direct way to gather, analyze, and act on issues before running into problems.
Effective managers have the ability to adapt to constant change, drive innovation, focus on employees’ growth and wellbeing. They do all this while maintaining control of their business and team.