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How to Conduct Effective One-on-One Meetings

Watch the third installment in the Optimum Retail Solutions Management Communication Series.

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VETERAN MANAGERS KNOW that the monthly one-on-one meeting is potentially the most important conversation between a supervisor and an associate. Handled properly, it is an opportunity for the leader and the performer to enhance their relationship and improve performance results. Likewise, if approached casually, the conversation can become overly routine and ineffectual.
In this third installment of the ORS Management Communication Series, ORS founder Vince Rath and ORS consultant Dayna Brown will cover the following points on how to conduct an effective one-on-one.

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