by Cyndi Wineinger
Team performance is setting the pace for a fresh look at the One-to-One (OtO).
The time is finally here to see a major shift in the power of the OtO. Team members are pushing for powerful check-ins and feedback with their Coach/Leader. We continue to see a transition to peer-to-peer feedback loops as well. There is a significant need to set aside time to seek out feedback in order to grow and succeed.
This shift is happening for multiple reasons.
In the world of remote, hybrid and rotating office times, managers can’t see everything that the team member is doing day to day. This limits the power of the OtO. Team members must own getting their leader involved to provide feedback, brainstorm, open doors, help sharpen skills, and provide coaching to think strategically.