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Conducting Effective 1:1 Reviews

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What Is Conducting Effective Performance Reviews?

A 1:1 Review is a more effective performance appraisal between a manager and a valued employee. Its aim, quite simply, is to learn what makes employees want to keep working for you. Likewise, it’s designed to elicit what might make key employees want to leave. Conduct enough 1:1 interviews, and you might find that your employees are citing the same reasons for staying (or wanting to leave). This course will take you through the methodology for conducting these reviews, elicit the truth about an employee’s experience with the company, and help you forge a more in-depth relationship built on trust and empathy.

 

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What Will You Learn?

  • Learn how the engage your employee in developing win-win solutions.
  • Receive open ended questions that will help you keep key employees and fix what could cause them to leave.
  • Have exclusive access to our Chief Mentor, specifically for this e-Learning while you are completing your course.
  • Make better, more well-informed decisions with all of your new knowledge.

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Overview
A 1:1 Review is a more effective performance appraisal between a manager and a valued employee. Its aim, quite simply, is to learn what makes employees want to keep working for you. Likewise, it's designed to elicit what might make key employees want to leave. Conduct enough 1:1 interviews, and you might find that your employees are citing the same reasons for staying (or wanting to leave). This course will take you through the methodology for conducting these reviews, elicit the truth about an employee's experience with the company, and help you forge a more in-depth relationship built on trust and empathy.

  • How Much Does Attrition Cost Your Company?
  • Good Boss vs. Bad Boss Exercise
  • How to Pull Off the Perfect 1:1 Review
  • How to Start the Interview
  • Five Important Questions to Ask
  • Four Important Interview Skills
  • Following Up