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The Other Half of a Successful One on One - Your Employee and Their Buy-In

It doesn't matter how good you are as a boss, you need your employees to come onboard for you to have truly high quality one on ones. Your employees are the other half of a successful one on one just like the yin and the yang complement each other. This presentation will give you some tools to train your employees and change manage the one on one implementation

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The Other Half of a Successful One on One - Your Employee and Their Buy-In

  1. 1. The Other Half of a Successful One-on-One Your Employee and Their Buy-In
  2. 2. Congratulations on investing in your manager skills.
  3. 3. And one-on-ones is one of the best manager skills to have because this is where you do your other management duties
  4. 4. Which is going to save you time, get better results and also give you peace of mind.
  5. 5. But the issue is it doesn’t matter how good you are as a boss, you need your employees to come onboard for you to have truly high quality one-on- ones
  6. 6. Your employees are the other half of of a successful one-on-one Just like the yin and yang complement each other
  7. 7. This section will give you some tools to train your employees and change manage the one- on-one implementation
  8. 8. Secret Ninja Manager Skill And at the end I share with you a To flip everything around to make life easy
  9. 9. If you don’t change manage and train your employees how to have high quality one-on-ones then you’re going to be facing the following problems…
  10. 10. 1. Employees may not like it and not buy-in
  11. 11. 1. Employees may not like it and not buy-in 2. Employees won’t understand what they have to do and what to prepare
  12. 12. 1. Employees may not like it and not buy-in 2. Employees won’t understand what they have to do and what to prepare 3. The process may fail to get going or achieve full velocity
  13. 13. 1. Employees may not like it and not buy-in 2. Employees won’t understand what they have to do and what to prepare 3. The process may fail to get going or achieve full velocity 4. The process is more likely to come unstuck which reduces credibility as a boss
  14. 14. So in short without change management and employee training you are likely to find that you are pushingagainst the river
  15. 15. This means that you’ll only achieve sub- optimal results and the chances of a total failure become a lot higher
  16. 16. So the question is what to do about it…
  17. 17. Whenever you do any change, but especially when other people are involved, how you change manage it makes the difference between success and failure
  18. 18. This module is part of a mini course on one-on-ones
  19. 19. Includes One on One Templates and Best Practices Would you like to have quick and easy One-on-One Meetings with your employees that get stuff done? Let the experts show you how: www.managerfoundation.com/3-steps-2-easy-1-on-1s
  20. 20. In the full one-on-one course there are instructions and resources on how to change manage this
  21. 21. But as a quick introduction course I’ve got a really fast and easy tool for you to use…
  22. 22. Most of the reason why employees are apprehensiv e about one-on- ones or don’t engage properly is because they simply…
  23. 23. 1. Don’t know what to do,
  24. 24. 1. Don’t know what to do, 2. Don’t know what to expect and,
  25. 25. 1. Don’t know what to do, 2. Don’t know what to expect and, 3. Don’t know what the benefits to them are
  26. 26. I know I didn’t know what to do in one-on-ones with my boss. And none of my bosses showed me what to do
  27. 27. Sure I made it up as I went along and I know that most bosses also make it up as they go along
  28. 28. But that is exactly the reason why we end up overworked and frustrated at work .
  29. 29. If we consider ourselves professionals it’s time to start acting like professionals and invest in learning how to be better bosses
  30. 30. Because we owe it to ourselves and our employees also deserve better bosses
  31. 31. That’s why I made a mini-resource for your employees to find out why they should look forward to one- on-ones and what they need to do in their one-on-ones
  32. 32. I made this mini-course free so you can share it with your employees www.managerfoundation.com/one-on-one- meetings-with-your-boss
  33. 33. And if you do one-on-ones with your own boss…
  34. 34. …and I certainly hope for your own benefit that you have a boss who is enlightened enough to do one-on-ones with you…
  35. 35. …then I bet you’d get something positive out of it yourself
  36. 36. In fact if you think that this one-on-one process is good for you and your employees then I bet that you’d do well to share this course with your own boss.
  37. 37. Then you’ll be on the same page as your boss
  38. 38. The one-on-one process that I propose is the result of a lot of testing and research
  39. 39. But I also understand that people are different
  40. 40. There is a reason for every single item and there is a reason for every single thing that was removed too
  41. 41. Feel free to adapt this process to your own needs and agree with your employee your preferred way of working
  42. 42. And I have a confession to make about how I apply these in my own management practice
  43. 43. Being a boss is difficult and part of the challenge of being a boss is that even if you are perfect, you still have to deal with all of the imperfections of the people you manage
  44. 44. Now unsuccessful bosses adopt a victim attitude and blame their employees for their problems
  45. 45. But successful bosses are those people who accept the personal responsibility to make a change and help other people join them on their journey
  46. 46. Secret Ninja Manager trick In fact the to having life- changingly good one- on-ones it to a ninja flip and turn this around
  47. 47. As much as you are trying to improve your own one-on- ones, if you flip it around so that your employees…
  48. 48. 1. Want to have great one-on-ones and,
  49. 49. 1. Want to have great one-on-ones and, 2. Understand what must happen in one-on-ones
  50. 50. Then you will have less work yourself
  51. 51. Instead of pushing against a river…
  52. 52. …go with the flow and you will have Manager Zen
  53. 53. This module is part of a mini course on one-on-ones
  54. 54. Includes One on One Templates and Best Practices Would you like to have quick and easy One-on-One Meetings with your employees that get stuff done? Let the experts show you how: www.managerfoundation.com/3-steps-2-easy-1-on-1s
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  56. 56. The Other Half of a Successful One-on-One Your Employee and Their Buy-In

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