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Leading Effective One-On-One Meetings: The Keys To Success
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1h 41m

This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of effective one-on-one meetings and how to build and strengthen professional rapport with your colleague.

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About This Course

Who this course is for: 

  • Supervisors who need to guide and support colleagues
  • Managers who need to set expectations, and monitor performance
  • Professionals who need to meet with other professionals and workplace contacts
  • Leaders who want to coach, mentor, and give feedback to colleagues
  • Anyone in the world of work who has to take the lead in a one-on-one meeting

What you’ll learn: 

  • The types of one-on-one meeting you’ll need
  • How to plan, prepare, and put together an effective agenda
  • How to build rapport in your meeting
  • How men and women feel about a mixed meeting – with advice for each
  • How to ask good questions and listen to the answers well 
  • How to adapt to the different meeting types you’ll need 
  • Pick the most effective meeting style for each one-on-one meeting
  • Plan and prepare to put both of you at ease, and make the progress you need
  • Lead a meeting that flows naturally
  • Select the most appropriate room layout for each meeting
  • Build and strengthen your professional rapport with the person you are meeting
  • Avoid the pitfalls of male-female one-on-one meetings
  • Lead the whole range of one-on-one meeting types


  • No prior knowledge is required to take this course

Let’s say you need to lead one-on-one meetings in your workplace. If so, you’ll know it is your job to make both of you feel comfortable, and use the time well.

And this is whether your One-on-One Meetings are for goal-setting or performance review, briefing, tasking, or progress-monitoring, problem-solving and issues-resolution, care, support, of guidance, instructing, coaching’ or mentoring, or even reprimands.

But what if you’ve been promoted and need to lead these kinds of meeting, but never got any training? In this course, we’ll cover all of these.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned effective one-on-one meetings.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Welcome And Introduction
Welcome To The Course 00:00:00
Why One-On-One Meetings Are So Important 00:00:00
Reasons To Meet 00:00:00
Meetings Are Conversations: Types Of Conversation 00:00:00
Section 2 - Preparation And Planning For Your One-On-One Meeting
Planning Your One-On-One Meeting 00:00:00
How To Prepare For A One-On-One Meeting 00:00:00
Preparing Your Agenda 00:00:00
Section 3 - Running Your One-On-One Meeting
The Five Stages Of A Meeting 00:00:00
Meeting Room Layout 00:00:00
Rapport Building Skills 00:00:00
The Male – Female Dynamic 00:00:00
The Male-Female Dynamic – From His Perspective 00:00:00
The Male-Female Dynamic – From Her Perspective 00:00:00
Questioning Skills 00:00:00
Listening Skills 00:00:00
Section 4 - Particular Types of One-On-One Meeting
Staff-focused One-On-One Meetings 00:00:00
Checkpoint Or Status Meetings 00:00:00
Informal Feedback Meetings 00:00:00
Formal Appraisal Meetings 00:00:00
Difficult Conversations 00:00:00
Coaching Meetings 00:00:00
Mentoring Meetings 00:00:00
Giving A Reprimand 00:00:00
Section 5 - Closing
Last Thoughts 00:00:00

Course Review


1 Ratings
  1. Anonymous
    Michele Deering-Volz February 22, 2022 at 17:17 PM

    Great course


    A lot of very important information in a short amount of time. I liked how practical examples were used. Both instructors were good.

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