Meetings & 1:1s

Run result-orinnted one-on-one meetings

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Build trust in the team

Run regular 1:1 meetings with the team to prevent problems before they happen

Mentor and give feedback

Provide a dedicated space for personal growth, interests, and passion projects

Improve Performance

Discuss problems and blockers that prevent from achieving results and stay on top of productivity

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Ready-made templates for one-on-one meetings

  • Use ready-made meeting agendas: hiring interviews, promotions, weekly 1:1, development plan delivery, etc.
  • Add agenda items that you want to discuss at the meeting
  • 200+ questions that will help you quickly create an agenda for any meeting
  • Use ready-made meeting agendas: hiring interviews, promotions, weekly 1:1, development plan delivery, etc.
  • Add agenda items that you want to discuss at the meeting
  • 200+ questions that will help you quickly create an agenda for any meeting

Ready-made templates for one-on-one meetings

  • Use ready-made meeting agendas: hiring interviews, promotions, weekly 1:1, development plan delivery, etc.
  • Add agenda items that you want to discuss at the meeting
  • 200+ questions that will help you quickly create an agenda for any meeting

Ready-made templates for one-on-one meetings

  • Use ready-made meeting agendas: hiring interviews, promotions, weekly 1:1, development plan delivery, etc.
  • Add agenda items that you want to discuss at the meeting
  • 200+ questions that will help you quickly create an agenda for any meeting

Collaborate on a meeting agenda

The key to a good one-on-one meeting is the understanding that it is the employee’s meeting rather than the manager’s meeting.

This is the free-form meeting for all the pressing issues, brilliant ideas and chronic frustrations that do not fit neatly into status reports, email and other less personal and intimate mechanisms.

  • by Ben Horowitz

The key to a good one-on-one meeting is the understanding that it is the employee’s meeting rather than the manager’s meeting.

This is the free-form meeting for all the pressing issues, brilliant ideas and chronic frustrations that do not fit neatly into status reports, email and other less personal and intimate mechanisms.

  • by Ben Horowitz

Collaborate on a meeting agenda

The key to a good one-on-one meeting is the understanding that it is the employee’s meeting rather than the manager’s meeting.

This is the free-form meeting for all the pressing issues, brilliant ideas and chronic frustrations that do not fit neatly into status reports, email and other less personal and intimate mechanisms.

  • by Ben Horowitz

Collaborate on a meeting agenda

The key to a good one-on-one meeting is the understanding that it is the employee’s meeting rather than the manager’s meeting.

This is the free-form meeting for all the pressing issues, brilliant ideas and chronic frustrations that do not fit neatly into status reports, email and other less personal and intimate mechanisms.

  • by Ben Horowitz

Add working context to your discussions

Create agenda from working activity: Add completed tasks from Jira or Asana, OKR or the results of the last review.

Create agenda from working activity: Add completed tasks from Jira or Asana, OKR or the results of the last review.

Add working context to your discussions

Create agenda from working activity: Add completed tasks from Jira or Asana, OKR or the results of the last review.

Add working context to your discussions

Create agenda from working activity: Add completed tasks from Jira or Asana, OKR or the results of the last review.

Leave comments during the meeting

Take notes as the meeting goes on to keep track of agreements and plan next steps.

Take notes as the meeting goes on to keep track of agreements and plan next steps.

Leave comments during the meeting

Take notes as the meeting goes on to keep track of agreements and plan next steps.

Leave comments during the meeting

Take notes as the meeting goes on to keep track of agreements and plan next steps.

Keep your word

Record everything you discuss and decide at meetings.

Use Vectorly to make sure you don't forget your commitments.

  • Shared and private notes
  • The meeting results (created tasks, growth plans, etc.)
  • Recorded video from Zoom
  • Video Transcript (Zoom)

Record everything you discuss and decide at meetings.

Use Vectorly to make sure you don't forget your commitments.

  • Shared and private notes
  • The meeting results (created tasks, growth plans, etc.)
  • Recorded video from Zoom
  • Video Transcript (Zoom)

Keep your word

Record everything you discuss and decide at meetings.

Use Vectorly to make sure you don't forget your commitments.

  • Shared and private notes
  • The meeting results (created tasks, growth plans, etc.)
  • Recorded video from Zoom
  • Video Transcript (Zoom)

Keep your word

Record everything you discuss and decide at meetings.

Use Vectorly to make sure you don't forget your commitments.

  • Shared and private notes
  • The meeting results (created tasks, growth plans, etc.)
  • Recorded video from Zoom
  • Video Transcript (Zoom)

Integrate your working tools

Run meetings built around your working tasks and use them to create agenda.

Run meetings built around your working tasks and use them to create agenda.

Integrate your working tools

Run meetings built around your working tasks and use them to create agenda.

Integrate your working tools

Run meetings built around your working tasks and use them to create agenda.

The most important thing

In the end, the most important thing is that the best ideas, the biggest problems and the most intense employee life issues make their way to the people who can deal with them.

One-on-ones are a time-tested way to do that, but if you have a better way, go ahead with your bad self

  • by Ben Horowitz

In the end, the most important thing is that the best ideas, the biggest problems and the most intense employee life issues make their way to the people who can deal with them.

One-on-ones are a time-tested way to do that, but if you have a better way, go ahead with your bad self

  • by Ben Horowitz

The most important thing

In the end, the most important thing is that the best ideas, the biggest problems and the most intense employee life issues make their way to the people who can deal with them.

One-on-ones are a time-tested way to do that, but if you have a better way, go ahead with your bad self

  • by Ben Horowitz

The most important thing

In the end, the most important thing is that the best ideas, the biggest problems and the most intense employee life issues make their way to the people who can deal with them.

One-on-ones are a time-tested way to do that, but if you have a better way, go ahead with your bad self

  • by Ben Horowitz