How to Prepare for Your Quarterly Meetings with Ninety
This article digs into specific tips and actions an individual can take to prepare for a quarterly company meeting, using Ninety to support a productive and effective discussion.→
When you meet up with your direct reports for your next one-on-one meetings and employee reviews, you can have all their information at your fingertips with the 1-on-1 tool in Ninety. Review employee task and goal completion rates, seat within the Responsibilities chart, and have better conversations about how each of you is doing, all at the click of a button.
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Regular and purposeful 1-on-1 meetings are essential to the growth and development of relationships between leaders and their direct reports. The Ninety 1-on-1 tool offers a framework to guide these conversations, helping leaders and their teams stay aligned with the organization’s Core Values and their roles and responsibilities. To promote a high-trust culture, these conversations should be truthful, specific, and positive (TSP).