Effective One on One Meetings for Supervisors & Employees
Regular one on one meetings between supervisor and employee are essential to feeling connected and supported. By committing regular scheduled time for performance and development discussions, supervisors are more proactive with their communication and coaching, and employees are better equipped to meet expectations and achieve their goals.
This course will arm you with both the communication skills and a clear and efficient process for meaningful and productive one on one meetings. You will receive tools that you can implement right away to improve your current practices.
Suzi is the Vice President of People Development & Culture for Xenium HR, an outsourced human resources and employer services firm located in Portland, Oregon.
Suzi’s background consists of over 20 years of consulting experience and expertise in: management of human resource departments, compliance with multiple state employment requirements, coordination of mergers & acquisitions, resolution of complex employee relations issues, coaching, and development of employee and management training programs.
Since 2002, Suzi has provided consultation to a large number of Xenium clients in varying industries including manufacturing, non-profit, retail and professional services.
Suzi oversees the design and delivery of Xenium’s employee development programs focused around employer compliance, organizational performance, and leadership best practices. She is a certified Senior HR professional, Social & Emotional Intelligence Coach and DISC Trainer. She guides emerging leaders in maximizing their potential through one on one coaching and customized workshops. Suzi also partners with organizations to produce events attracting business owners, managers and human resource professionals.
StartIntroduction to Communication Skills (0:23)
StartWhat is F.A.C.E.? (0:30)
StartFraming a Conversation (1:43)
StartAsking Good Questions (0:59)
StartClarifying to Demonstrate Listening and Understanding (1:20)
StartEncouraging Ownership and Accountability (1:08)
StartExample: Using F.A.C.E. Skills in a Conversation (2:27)