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Introduction to One on-Ones for Employees

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How to build a better relationship with your boss, plus better your bonuses and promotions by having effective one on ones. One on one meetings with your boss are your most important work meeting. Find out why.

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Introduction to One on-Ones for Employees

  1. 1. One-on-Ones for Employees
  2. 2. Why One-on- Ones are your most important work meeting
  3. 3. When I had my first OOO with my boss I was nervous because I really didn’t know what to expect
  4. 4. • I didn’t know if I was in trouble and,
  5. 5. • I didn’t know if I was in trouble and, • I didn’t know what to prepare
  6. 6. In fact, as a bit of a perfectionist without the best confidence I was quite anxious about my performance being reviewed and criticized
  7. 7. Being honest, as someone who doesn’t like confrontation, I was tempted to avoid one-on-ones
  8. 8. But at the same time I wanted recognition and bonuses for the hard work I had put in and I wanted to progress in my career
  9. 9. Now I realize that having a one-on- one with your boss is the best thing possible…
  10. 10. Because, even if I’ve done something wrong, it’s better to catch it early on before it became an issue that meant I was going to miss out on my bonus or worse
  11. 11. And on top of that – if you have a boss that runs great one-on-ones then you’re going to get a lot of other benefits
  12. 12. Like a better career and a better relationshi p with your boss
  13. 13. But just like everything else in management, there is a best practice way to do
  14. 14. And it doesn’t matter if you’ve never had a one- on-one with your boss, or if you’ve had hundreds, there is always something to learn
  15. 15. I wish I’d known about this when I started out because I could’ve saved myself a lots of stress, a lot of time, plus progressed faster in my career
  16. 16. What to remember…
  17. 17. • It’s your time with your boss
  18. 18. Maybe your boss set up the one-on-one meeting, but a OOO is actually your time with your boss
  19. 19. Your boss can speak to you any time they wants, but OOO’s are the only time that you can speak to your boss about your interests
  20. 20. • It’s your time with your boss • The more worthwhile you make it for your boss, the better it will be for you too
  21. 21. So come prepared, make sure you cover the agenda, stay fast and focused
  22. 22. • It’s your time with your boss • The more worthwhile you make it for your boss, the better it will be for you too • Keeping your boss in the loop is good for you both
  23. 23. I can share with you that bosses find it extremely frustrating when they don’t know what their employees have been doing or what they are planning to do
  24. 24. Package your communicatio ns
  25. 25. Some things your boss will want to know straight away…
  26. 26. But in terms of efficiency and minimizing interruptions, bosses will appreciate it if you can “Package up” your non-urgent communication into one, time-
  27. 27. Check with your boss
  28. 28. What a one- on-one does for you the employee
  29. 29. • A better boss relationship
  30. 30. A chance to get to know the boss better and for the boss to know you better
  31. 31. After all, your relationship with your boss is the most important work relationship you have
  32. 32. • A better boss relationship • Solve problems
  33. 33. Share your problems with your boss to get help.
  34. 34. But note that your boss is unlikely to want to get embroiled in inter- personal issues or job related problems that they think you should’ve taken care of
  35. 35. • A better boss relationship • Solve problems • Priorities
  36. 36. There are two mistakes that you can make with your priorities…
  37. 37. #1 – Working on priorities your boss doesn’t value because this is just wasting your time and frustrating your boss
  38. 38. #2 – Neglecting priorities that your boss feels are important because your boss will feel like you aren’t doing your job
  39. 39. Actually, as a quick aside, this is where you can have the most benefit
  40. 40. Because what I’ve witnessed is that what the boss wants and what the employee does is almost always out of alignment
  41. 41. If you’ve ever had that feeling of working hard, but your boss not appreciating you, then there’s a good chance that this is what is happening
  42. 42. What you can do is…
  43. 43. • Save yourself time by not doing stuff your boss doesn’t want
  44. 44. • Save yourself time by not doing stuff your boss doesn’t want • Get better bonuses and promotions by giving your boss exactly what they do want
  45. 45. This is your chance to clarify your priorities to make sure they are aligned with what your boss wants
  46. 46. This is just a quick tip from my course on how to manage your relationship with your boss. I show you how to do this in that module.
  47. 47. • A better boss relationship • Solve problems • Priorities • Personal & career growth for you
  48. 48. This is your chance to take on new responsibilities, improve your skills and develop your career.
  49. 49. • A better boss relationship • Solve problems • Priorities • Personal & career growth for you • Get your work contributions recognized
  50. 50. It’s not nice not being appreciated and it’s dangerous if your boss doesn’t appreciate the value you bring.
  51. 51. This is your chance to keep your boss in the loop
  52. 52. • A better boss relationship • Solve problems • Priorities • Personal & career growth for you • Get your work contributions recognized • Be kept in the loop by your boss
  53. 53. Maybe you like to feel included or you need to know what’s going on in your job.
  54. 54. Either way, one-on- ones are an open communication channel to find out what’s going on.
  55. 55. So as you can see, one- on-ones with your boss might be intimidating but they have a massive potential to…
  56. 56. • Save you time,
  57. 57. • Save you time, • Earn you more money and,
  58. 58. • Save you time, • Earn you more money and, • Improve your work happiness
  59. 59. In the next sections I’ll cover what you need to prepare for your one-on-one with your boss and what your role is
  60. 60. This module is part of a mini course on one-on-ones with your boss
  61. 61. Includes One on One Templates and Best Practices Would you like to build a better relationship with your boss, plus better your bonuses and promotions? Let the experts show you how: www.managerfoundation.com/one-on-one- meetings-with-your-boss
  62. 62. One-on-Ones for Employees

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