Routinely Meeting with Team Members

Another strategy to become an excellent manager is to routinely meet with each individual member of your team. Engaging your team members through one-on-one meetings can inspire each individual, help them commit to your organization and become more dedicated, cooperative employees. To make the most of one-on-one meetings, use them to coach your employees, prepare in advance and set aside at least 30 minutes for each meeting. Use effective coaching questions during these meetings, and after a few sessions, ask for feedback to see if the person considers the meetings worthwhile and how they can be improved.

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