There are approximately 200 million 1:1 meetings a day around the globe. Yet, the research clearly shows that 1) the effectiveness of these meetings is far from optimal; 2) that managers self-ratings of their skills in conducting these meetings is inflated and not aligned with their directs. Hence, an incredible opportunity exists to fill the skills gap and maximize return of a tremendous time investment. Despite 1:1s filling managers’ calendars, meaningful guidance on how to conduct them effectively is quite sparse. This session is about how to realize the full potential of every 1:1 meeting, without feeling like you are just wallowing in wasted meeting time. Leveraging research and evidence I have collected over 20 years from leaders, directs, and c-suite leaders from some of the most respected companies in the world, this webinar has the following objectives: Understanding the criticality of effective 1:1s of your success and the success of your team Exploring keys to success in 1:1s and common mistakes to avoid Finding the correct 1:1 cadence and meeting length to maximize positive impact without over-meeting Managing the intricate balance of productivity-building, relationship-building, and employee development Designing 1:1s with intentionality, from where to conduct the meeting (e.g., virtual) to building agendas to optimize effectiveness How to evaluate if your 1:1s are actually working as hoped Continuing Education Credits: This webinar is approved for 1 CEU from The International Coaching Federation (ICF) (.5 Core Competency and .5 Resource Development), National Board for Health & Wellness Coaching (NBHWC), EMCC Global, Association for Coaching and Wellcoaches. In order to receive credit you must attend live and complete a survey after the webinar (emailed the day after the webinar). Watching a recording will not qualify you for CEUs. Meet Our Speaker Steven Rogelberg Dr. Steven G. Rogelberg, an organizational psychologist, holds the title of Chancellor’s Professor at UNC Charlotte for distinguished national, international and interdisciplinary contributions. He is an award-winning teacher and recipient of the very prestigious Humboldt Award for his research on meetings. Adam Grant has called Steven the “worlds leading expert on how to fix meetings”. His new book, Glad We Met: The Art and Science of 1:1 Meetings will be released in January 2024.