It is ideal to have one-on-one meetings with your employees on a biweekly basis. This keeps you, as a manager, abreast of issues or concerns as they arise and your employees always know when their next scheduled one-on-one is, so they can accumulate their noncritical questions for the meeting. The agenda for the one-on-one meeting can include:
Discussion regarding the most challenging and reward parts of their week.
Goals for the week.
Progress on the prior week’s goals.
Resources required to meet goals.
To get started, download this worksheet and use it bring structure to your one-on-one meetings with your employees.