One on Ones for Employees.

One-on-Ones with your Boss

The Ultimate Guide to Your Most Important Work Meeting for Work Happiness and Success | taught by Keith Tatley
  • 5 Videos
  • 8 Texts
  • 2 PDFs
  • 1 Download

Course Curriculum

Introduction
06:07
Do This First
One-on-Ones for Employees
Are you a Boss? 3 - Steps to Easy One-on-Ones with your Employees
How to Start One on Ones with your boss: Email Template
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The Main Course
15:12
Creating a Positive Work Environment for Yourself
What to Prepare and Do in a One-on-One with your boss
Checking in With Expectations and Communications
Questions to Ask your Boss in One on Ones
9 Mistakes to Avoid in One on Ones with your Boss
Best Practice One-on-One Form
5 Tips for One on Ones with your Boss
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Closing & Next Steps
04:02
Finish & Next Steps: Getting the Most From You One-on-Ones with your Boss
What did I get right? What did I get Wrong? What Should I change?
The Other Half of a Successful One-on-One: Your Boss
Are you interested in joining a class on having a better working relationship with your boss? Apply to be on the list
CPD (CPE) Continuing Professional Development Credits
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Course description

The One-on-One meeting with your boss is your most important work meeting because this meeting determines your

  1. Work Relationships
  2. Growth & Career Progression
  3. Your Promotions, Bonuses & Increases and
  4. Your Work Happiness & Satisfaction

and more...

If you are not having one to one meetings with your manager you will be wasting your time by working on the wrong priorities.

But get good at 1 on 1s with your boss and they will be the path to your success and happiness. But only when they are done right. Use this short, free course to find out the best practice for One-on-Ones with your boss.

Whether you're going for your first One-on-One with your boss or if you have done hundreds this course will give you heaps of tips that will:

  • Save you time
  • Improve your promotions and bonuses, but most of all:
  • Give you peace of mind and confidence at work

Please note that this course is for employees, the course for Bosses is available here:

http://managerfoundation.thinkific.com/courses/3-s...

Bonuses, Templates and Downloads

This course includes:

  • A best practice One to One Meeting With Manager template,
  • The One-on-One Meeting With Boss Agenda,
  • Questions to Ask During One-on-One Meetings With Manager,
  • Email template: How to start one on ones with your boss

FAQS

What is a One to One Meeting With Manager?

These weekly Supervisor One on One Meetings/ Weekly Meetings With Manager are your time with your boss. Maybe your boss set up the One On One meeting but a OOO is actually your time with your boss. Your boss can speak to you any time they want but OOOs are the only time that you get to speak to your boss about your interests.

Does this include an agenda for One on One Meetings with my boss?

Yes the one-on-one training includes an Agenda for Meetings With manager that both you and your boss can use.

Is there any difference between 121 with manager, 1 to 1 with manager, one on one with manager or one to one with manager?

No, these are all just different names for the same meeting. What is important is that this is for a (preferably) Weekly Meeting With Your manager without any other attendees

Where do I get a one-on-one form download?

Join the course and you will get a free one-on-one form to download. This includes your 1-2-1 Template.

How do I have effective one on one meetings with my boss?

Simple: Join by clicking on the registration button. Download the one to one worksheet and do the free training provided. This will show you how to have effective one to ones with your boss. The course also includes the best One on One Meeting with Manager tips to make sure you get what you want from your one on ones.

How to manage your boss?

Managing upwards, managing your manager and managing your boss are potentially loaded words because it's your boss who manages you, not the other way around. But because far too many managers haven't had manager training, it's up to the employee to stagnate or take control of the employee-boss relationship. Instead of learning how to manage your manager, start by setting up and having regular, high-quality one on one meetings with your boss. Follow this free short course to find out how.

What are your tips for one on one meetings with my boss?

My best One on One meeting with manager tips are to make sure that you start and stick to them. Because it's a process that get's better over time. And trust in the process because it's the process that generates results. Don't worry about getting it perfect from the beginning, instead see what other tips for one on one meetings with your boss inside this free online course. Where you can find out what to say in one on one meetings with your manager. If your boss isn't having one on one meetings with you then see the section on "request for one on one meeting with manager" in the resources

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Instructor

Keith Tatley
Keith Tatley
Founder

Keith is a reforming Chartered Accountant. After 20 years of senior finance experience he did a yoga teachers trainers course and realised that people are focussing on the wrong things at work. He realised that technical skills are important but they don't get you anywhere without soft skills.

Keith is grateful for the wonderful work experience he's had and he thinks he got a fantastic qualification but he wishes that someone had shown him how to be a better manager when he was first starting out. This is why he is using the magic of the internet to provide what he never had because he knows that this is the secret to confidence, satisfaction and progression.

Keith loves to find better ways of doing things and thinks he has a knack for strategy and problem solving.


Reviews (2)

I wish I would have known this before

by Juan Silva
In my last job I did not have a good communication with my boss from the beginning and it affected our relationship, our effectiveness, the work priorities and also created some wrong perceptions of each other; now with training I realized about many factor that there were present but we did not realized such as the fact that he did not really knew (neither did I) how to do "one on one meetings", therefore is was not considered as important, eventually when the communication was already damaged, we came up with a sort of agreement to meet every monday for updates but not having an effective road map of what to achieve, how set the priorities, and how to follow up. At the end of the day, it affected my performance and after some months I ended up being fired. This training has helped me to understand better the situation, identify what we did right and what we did wrong, now I am better prepared to my next job and to practice the learnings. Thank you.

One on ones with your boss

by Leissa Hallifax
Good amount of detail and instruction to get started. Thanks Keith.

I wish I would have known this before

by Juan Silva
In my last job I did not have a good communication with my boss from the beginning and it affected our relationship, our effectiveness, the work priorities and also created some wrong perceptions of each other; now with training I realized about many factor that there were present but we did not realized such as the fact that he did not really knew (neither did I) how to do "one on one meetings", therefore is was not considered as important, eventually when the communication was already damaged, we came up with a sort of agreement to meet every monday for updates but not having an effective road map of what to achieve, how set the priorities, and how to follow up. At the end of the day, it affected my performance and after some months I ended up being fired. This training has helped me to understand better the situation, identify what we did right and what we did wrong, now I am better prepared to my next job and to practice the learnings. Thank you.

One on ones with your boss

by Leissa Hallifax
Good amount of detail and instruction to get started. Thanks Keith.