One-on-one meetings are a great way to build relationships between managers and their team members, address workplace issues, and keep employees engaged. These kinds of meetings are suitable for a range of personal topics, from how an employee is feeling at work, to what their career goals are, to providing feedback about challenges and how they might behave differently in the future.
Not all one-on-one’s follow exactly the same agenda template. They can vary based on the roles and relationships of both parties, as well as whether the team member is remote, and how often the one-on-one meeting is occurring, whether that be weekly, monthly, and so forth. Below are sample one-on-one meeting agendas for you to use depending on what is most appropriate in your circumstance. For more tips on having great one-on-one’s, also check out the FAQ at the bottom of this page or visit our whole library which includes 80+ agenda template examples. 👇