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Why are one-on-ones important?
One-on-one meetings help managers build trust with their direct reports. They are a dedicated space to coach employees on their priorities, exchange feedback, and remove roadblocks.
Your one-on-ones shouldn’t be status updates. Use this time to connect with your team members and fuel their growth.
Keep conversations with your direct reports in one place, look back on past notes, and never forget what was said.
Show up prepared
Collaborate on a meeting agenda that inspires a thoughtful two-sided conversation.
Carry over incomplete talking points and action items from previous one-on-one meetings.
Use suggested questions and templates to inspire real-time conversations about growth.
Never forget what was discussed
Show your direct reports that you care by remembering what they said during past meetings.
With Fellow, you can see a history of every 1-on-1 conversation you’ve had and ensure that you’re staying focused on important decisions and action items.
Promote a growth mindset
The world’s best managers encourage ongoing learning, professional development, and real-time feedback.
Help your team achieve their goals by offering them a dedicated space to set priorities and visualize their progress.
Talk about the right things
Say good-bye to awkward silences and status updates.
Fellow’s library of 200+ suggested questions and pre-built templates will help you maintain consistency and spark engaging conversations.
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One-on-One Meeting Agenda Templates
“Fellow helps my team have more collaborative one-on-one meetings. My teammates love capturing their own agenda items, and getting prompted is super handy when jumping from one meeting to the next.”
Sabrina LeblancSenior Director of Customer Success
The Art of the One-on-One Meeting
The definitive guide to the most misunderstood and yet powerful tool for managers. With a foreword by Lara Hogan, author of Resilient Management.Download now