Keep commitment

Know who needs a 1-on-1 and why based on working activity in Gitlab, Jira, Slack, etc.

Know problems quick enough to react in time.
It's difficult to create empathy remotely.

Prepared agenda

Focus on topics that matter with questions, analytics and insights recommended for agenda

How to adapt the meeting for each type of employee style?
How to prioritize the most important points for each team member?

On air recommendations

Get recommendations to solve problems, not just discuss them

Courses

Mentors

Tasks

Goals

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Prepared agenda

Turn discussions into tasks to prioritise them in working routine

Goals and OKRs

Growth Plans

Working Tasks

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Hard things about 1-on-1 meetings, engineering managers shared with us

Create an environment that allows growth at their own pace, creating a safe place to try and learn without pressure for results.
Know problems quick enough to react in time.
It's difficult to create empathy remotely.
Provide  transparency for developers.
Getting developers to ask questions, give real feedback or concerns they have.
Acquire enough information for meaningful 1-on-1 with developers is the hardest part. As they usually talk to peers and not to managers.
Remembering what to ask and not making a time-wasting tedious meeting.
Time to prepare a meeting, because preparation is always out-of-office hours.
Collect historical data to support feedbacks.
Prioritize the most important points for each team member.
Adapting the meeting for each type of employee style.
Answering career development questions.
Time is required to refresh on what they have been working on.
Making sure the topics are relevant.
Make people feel safe to share dissatisfactions.
Plan the questions and review past 1:1.
It's taken too much time to prepare for 1-on-1 plan questions and review past notes, so I conduct the meeting impromptu.
Understand what's on the dev mind.
Help devs grow and understand what bother them to retain talents.
It takes more time doing 1:1 than in fact managing. No time other team activities.
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