One-on-ones are crucial for maintaining relationships and keeping alignment with team members. The prototypical one-on-one meeting checks in on recent wins, addresses current obstacles, and reviews upcoming priorities.
Joanne Mika Hayashi knows this well, as she runs frequent one-on-ones at Breast Cancer Hawaii. This template from Joanne and her team is a great place to get started.
If you like Joanne's approach, but want to modify it, check out this resource of 300+ example one-on-one questions that you may want to incorporate into your own meetings.