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Three conversations every manager should be having with their employees

Available Online https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescounc...
Publication Date September 6, 2017
Author Aaron Levy
Source Forbes
Source Type Blog
Summary

This article focuses on conversations managers should have with their employees to assist with team performance and development. According to the article, the first conversation is a weekly or bi-weekly check in to discuss progress, hold employees accountable, and assist with any potential problems. The second conversation the article suggests having is a monthly or quarterly development conversation to discuss where employees want to grow within the company and how managers can support them. The final conversation managers should have with their employees is a quarterly or bi-annual performance review to evaluate employee performance and how employees are moving toward their long-term goals. The article advises that managers plan appropriately timed meetings with employees to empower and help them achieve their goals.

Keywords Employee development, management style, employee performance
Reference

Levy, A. (2017, September 6). Three conversations every manager should be having with their employees. Forbes. [Online]. Retrieved September 14, 2017, from http://www.forbes.com

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