Between the Manager and the Employee
Employees are frequently hesitant to share data with their supervisors because they are constantly concerned about its appearance on their performance evaluations. Managers who can bridge the gap between themselves and their workers without being overly friendly or overly authoritative, on the other hand, will develop long-lasting relationships with workers.
- Hold 1:1 Meetings
These meetings, as opposed to feedback or appraisal meetings, are one-on-one interactions between a manager and an employee that take place face to face. These meetings are scheduled in advance and are attended by every member of the organization’s staff. During these meetings, the worker has the right to discuss anything with the manager, including new ideas, issues, and concerns.
When it comes to operating these meetings, managers play a critical role in the process. Once you have scheduled time in your planner to meet with an employee one-on-one, how your relationship develops from there is heavily dependent on you.