Clients sometimes ask for input on how to conduct great one-on-one meetings with their team members. One suggestion is to ask good questions. A recent blog post at Soapbox provided 9 helpful questions to consider.
- What are your biggest time wasters?
- What does our organization/department need to start doing?
- Would you like less or more direction from me about your work? In which area(s)?
- Are you getting enough feedback about your work? Where are the gaps?
- What could I do to make your job easier?
- Is there an aspect of your job that you need more help or coaching with?
- How could we improve the way our team works together?
- On a scale of 1-10, how challenged are you at work?
- What organizational strategy or goal are you least clear about
What do you think? Which questions are missing? Are there any you don’t like? I’d love to hear your experiences!
Thanks to Brennan at Soapbox for the great content!
Dr. Jeff Suderman is a futurist, consultant, and professor who works in the field of organizational development. He partners with clients to improve culture, leadership, teamwork, organizational alignment, strategy and organizational future-readiness. He resides in Palm Desert, California. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org