4 Tips For Making Every One-On-One Meeting Count


The most powerful coaching tool a manager has is a one-on-one meeting. These meetings are dedicated time for managers to learn important information about their employees and offer useful feedback in real-time.

Effective Meeting Leaders Set the Right Expectations

The People Equation

People hate meetings. Many of the complaints are legit: meetings are unfocused, too long, or unnecessary. One of the lesser-mentioned reasons that merits consideration is meeting purpose. Setting Meeting Expectations: Two Types of Process. Well, at least your meetings.


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Meet America’s Top Recruiting And Staffing Firms 2022

Forbes Careers

Forbes partnered with market research company Statista to identify America's best executive, professional and temporary staffing recruiting firms.

How Intake Meetings Can Help Your Recruiting Efforts


One of the best ways to set expectations, align on goals, and communicate needs is to hold intake meetings. Intake meetings can not only help mitigate the issues but solve problems before they have the chance to crop up. What are Intake Meetings? Purpose of Intake Meetings.

Beyond the Dollar: Why Fertility Benefits Are About More Than Financial Support

Speaker: Kirsten Ferro, Vice President of Employer Sales at Carrot Fertility

In this session, we’ll discuss the complexities of fertility health and all the pieces a fertility benefit should include in order to best support your employees on their journeys.

Lights, Cameras, Action: The Tragedy of Meeting Drama

TalentCulture - Recruiting

Record your next video meeting of three or more people. The post Lights, Cameras, Action: The Tragedy of Meeting Drama appeared first on TalentCulture. Think like a scientist: Do a test. Afterward, transcribe the recording. Then, with a printed copy of the transcript in […].

How to Make Meetings Worth Everyone’s Time. #TChat Recap


Do you feel like meetings are the bane of your existence? We have all grown tired of scrambling to get real work done after sitting through countless meetings. This week the TalentCulture community discussed how to drastically improve meetings, changing them from energy-zappers to energy-boosters. The good news is that meetings can be where people do actual work, plan ahead, reach decisions, make commitments, grow and develop.

Meeting Healthcare Needs with Advanced Scheduling

nettime solutions

has been a hot topic for some time with congressional showdowns, insecurity around costs, and the steps that providers and organizations take to meet the rising tide of need. The post Meeting Healthcare Needs with Advanced Scheduling appeared first on nettime solutions. Healthcare in the U.S. As a whole, the healthcare industry is growing.

Meeting Hiring Demand Without Sacrificing Safety

Sterling Check

This reduces criminal background turnaround times and uncertainties associated with unanticipated court closures significantly, allowing our clients to meet rapid hiring needs as they happen. The post Meeting Hiring Demand Without Sacrificing Safety appeared first on Sterling.

How to Conduct a Virtual One-on-One Meeting

Ultimate Software

It’s the perfect time to do a virtual one-on-one meeting. Since employees and managers are working virtually, the meeting needs to be a bit more formal—not in terms of tone but scheduling and structure. Have a guide for virtual one-on-one meetings. Manage the meeting time well.

Where is Everyone? Breaking Down the Talent Shortage Myth & the Great Resignation

Speaker: Ellie Dailey, Global Recruiting Expert and Team Lead for BetterUp Europe GTM Recruiting via Russell Tobin

Businesses everywhere appear to be experiencing a so-called talent shortage and repercussions to 2021’s “Great Resignation." To address what this is and how this is affecting recruiting, we need to consider issues such as the Employer Value Propositions –– Values, Mission, Vision –– and how to actually walk the walk.

The Typical Work Week: Always On, Always Meeting

TalentCulture - Recruiting

The post The Typical Work Week: Always On, Always Meeting appeared first on TalentCulture. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. So goes the saying. For American professionals, however, the work week — and work itself — tends to be all-consuming. […].

Kim Cameron On Mastering Your 1-on-1 Meetings


Research shows that quality 1-on-1 meetings — those indispensable conversations between managers and employees — are a huge factor! The business impact of highly effective 1-on-1 meetings. • In your book on positive leaders , you talk about the importance of recurring 1-on-1 meetings between managers and employees as a key practice to help companies achieve extraordinary performance. This meeting is not an annual appraisal. It’s not a quarterly meeting.

How To Have Transformational 1-on-1 Meetings With Your Employees


Did you know employees are three times more likely to be engaged at work if they have managers who hold regular meetings with them? While many managers do hold 1-on-1 meetings with their direct reports, it’s far too common that they are rushed, tactical, and transactional.

Meet Kazoo’s CEO, Patrick Manzo


The post Meet Kazoo’s CEO, Patrick Manzo appeared first on Kazoo. Kazoo is excited to welcome CEO Patrick Manzo! Patrick comes to Kazoo after spending the last three years at Skillsoft , where he most recently served as Chief Revenue Officer.

5 Benefits Trends Driving Change In 2020

Speaker: Meisha Bochicchio, Content Marketing Manager, PlanSource

HR is constantly evolving, and 2019 saw no shortage of changes. With new state regulations impacting everything from parental leave to classifying contract employees, all of these moving parts have made it even more critical for employers to provide benefits that meet the needs of the modern employee. Join Meisha Bochicchio, Content Marketing Manager at PlanSource, to learn the top five benefits trends driving change in 2020 and how to react to these changes.

HR Headaches: Managers Using Temp Workers to Meet Staffing Need


The post HR Headaches: Managers Using Temp Workers to Meet Staffing Need appeared first on Workest. Productivity is key to keeping business afloat and moving forward — productivity requires talent.

Meeting the Needs of a Changing Workforce

TalentCulture - Recruiting

The post Meeting the Needs of a Changing Workforce appeared first on TalentCulture. Graduation season is here, and many recent or soon-to-be graduates are about to enter the workforce. In fact, it is estimated that companies plan to hire 26 percent more new […].

Revealed: The Pandemic Shows No Impact on Quality of Meetings

TLNT: The Business of HR

If you’ve ever found yourself mentally disengaged as you strive to simply survive a seemingly interminable string of mind-numbing meetings, you’re not alone.

my employee seemed really frustrated in a meeting where she didn’t realize she was on camera

Ask a Manager

This post, my employee seemed really frustrated in a meeting where she didn’t realize she was on camera , was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager. A reader writes: I’m writing after an unusual Zoom meeting last week.

The Impact of Direct Dials on Sales Productivity

Leveraging the latest industry research, this eBook highlights the impact of direct dial phone numbers on sales productivity with the goal of empowering reps to have more conversations with prospects, and consequently, schedule more meetings, increase opportunities, and close more business - fast.

5 Tips for More Effective Meetings

KCC Business Psychology

5 Tips for More Effective Meetings. Meetings: people seem to love them or hate them. Some see meetings as a time waster, while others thrive on the collaborative energy that comes from regular check-ins or stand-ups. Before calling a meeting, establish the agenda.

RX for Bad Meetings


In any group, in any industry, all we have to do is whisper the word, 'meeting', to elicit a groan, eye rolls and sighs. When I ask people what percentage of their time is wasted in meetings, the answer is always, always…at least 50% and often far higher.

Running a Successful Virtual Meeting

Professional Alternatives

With companies rushing to set up remote arangements for employees working from home, there has been a drastic drop off of in-person meetings. While the need for communicating with co-workers remains steady, more and more businesses are turning to virtual meetings.

Technology Helps Meet Challenges of Managing Contingent Workforce

SHRM Resources

At the same time that organizations are finding more value in the use of contingent workers, many also believe they’re falling short in how those workers are being managed. Contingent Staffing Technology

The 2019 State of One-on-Ones

Based on data collected from over 200 managers, the 2019 State of One-on-ones provides an in-depth look into how managers approach one-on-one meetings.

Getting Introverts to Participate in Meetings


Meetings are an inevitable part of professional life. Create an inclusive, relaxing meeting space. It might be easier to acclimate to meeting with more outspoken colleagues, as they’re more forthcoming with their ideas and tend to display their interests and quirks quite freely.

A Helpful Guide to Setting Up Remote Meetings

Take It Personel-ly

If you are currently working from home, or thinking about making the transition to becoming a remote business, you will be aware that the work-from-home set-up makes a dramatic difference to all aspects of your work.

Meet the Nava Team: Kareem Zaki

Nava Benefits

I’m very optimistic for the future of healthcare because I’ve seen up-close a lot of amazing companies and products being built today. I’m convinced we already have great solutions for a lot of the problems we face; the main challenge left is finding ways to get it to more people, faster

Podcast: Meet the Consultant – Adam Koozer


In this episode, we sit down with DecisionWise Consultant, Adam Koozer. We discuss his education, career, and approach to engagement, consulting, and leadership.

Meeting Today’s Challenges for Better Organizational Success Tomorrow

According to Gallagher’s research, stress and burnout raised organizational concerns for 70% of C-suites, and 26% of employers noted a decline in emotional wellbeing. The 2021 Q2 Gallagher Better Works Insights Report: Adapting for Tomorrow explores today’s unique workforce challenges and trends.

Meet Monique McDonough, Our New COO


If you have to duck out in the morning for a personal meeting, is that okay? They see how people engage with me, the kinds of conversations I have, meet the people that are part of their mom’s team. . The post Meet Monique McDonough, Our New COO appeared first on Kazoo.

Where Sustainability Meets Style

Thrive Global

From Claude Monet’s “Water Lilies” to Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, nature has long been the muse of creative artists, writers and designers. For Italian designer Sapia Simone , nature has been a fertile playground for creativity and possibility — and the inspiration for her first collection.

Sirenum Helps Employers Meet the Challenges of Vaccine Deployment 


The post Sirenum Helps Employers Meet the Challenges of Vaccine Deployment appeared first on Sirenum.

3 Things Every Leader Should Ask at Update Meetings

The People Equation

Once a week, Sally would meet with her work team leader to review what he called the “Three P’s”: Plans, Progress, and Problems. The post 3 Things Every Leader Should Ask at Update Meetings appeared first on People Equation.

Elevating Today’s Workforce to Meet Tomorrow’s Challenge

The challenge: Technology and automation are redefining the enterprise, the workforce, and how work gets done. How can corporate America prepare for and respond to these unprecedented shifts, and ensure women and people of color are not falling behind? The approach: The challenge requires corporate America to embrace a growth mindset and cultivate an inclusive and learning culture; offer an ecosystem with upskilling and reskilling opportunities, and resources for next-generation talent; and leverage digitization and automation to maximize the full potential of an innovative workforce. The impact: Digital transformation mandates lifelong learning as a strategic and growth imperative for corporate America.

7 Fun Ways to Host Team Meetings


Team meetings are renowned for being boring and, to many employees, a waste of time. In fact, one survey shows that over 75% of meeting participants are annoyed by meetings they deem unnecessary, and many more will agree they find them boring, even if it’s just from time to time. So, as a meeting host in your business, it’s up to you to spice things up and bring a spark that will keep everybody engaged. Aim to produce high-quality presentations for your team meetings.

Meet Michelle Hoover, Leadership-Development Strategist

Avid At Work

Meet Michelle Hoover, a leadership-development strategist, facilitator, consultant, and coach. The post Meet Michelle Hoover, Leadership-Development Strategist first appeared on Avid At Work. Another installment of Asian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month Show-and Tell!

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Meet Stephanie Moon, Marketing Book Strategist

Avid At Work

Key Characteristic: I am a creative person who is an extroverted introvert – I love being social and meeting new people but also love my quiet time. The post Meet Stephanie Moon, Marketing Book Strategist first appeared on Avid At Work.

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Your Blueprint for Employee Performance Meetings

HR Bartender

(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is an excerpt from my book, “ Essential Meeting Blueprints for Managers.” Employee performance meetings happen all the time in business. We’re not talking about meetings that address employee discipline or terminations. Employee performance meetings are about helping employees succeed. Here’s a blueprint you can use during a performance meeting with the employee. Let the employee know the purpose of the meeting.

Remote Research: Keeping Employees Comfortable and Productive in a Remote Work Environment

Enable success from anywhere Work from home skyrocketed at the onset of COVID-19, and experts believe remote work or a hybrid home and office schedule will remain a permanent reality. But how can employers make the most of at-home working? Read the survey today produced with HR Daily Advisor, more than 445 managers, company executives, supervisors and human resources professionals!