Out of sight, out of mind might be a nice way to think about stuffing loose paper into a drawer, but it doesn’t work if you want to effectively manage remote employees. Remote employees benefit from regular one-on-ones just as much (if not more) than your on-site reports. So these meetings are critical.
Of course, holding the meeting is only half the battle—you also must make sure you’re structuring the discussion so it’s as valuable as possible. To help you do that, we’ve created this agenda to give your direct reports and yourself a space to share feedback, eliminate roadblocks, and build rapport.