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Episode 54  |  40:21 min

One-on-Ones with Jason Evanish

Episode 54  |  40:21 min  |  05.05.2020

One-on-Ones with Jason Evanish

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This is a podcast episode titled, One-on-Ones with Jason Evanish. The summary for this episode is: How do you know if your one-on-ones are effective? In this episode, we’re diving deep into one-on-ones with our guest, Jason Evanish. Jason Evanish is the founder and CEO of GetLighthouse, a company that’s focused on helping develop great leaders by enabling better one-on-ones. Jason is passionate about helping teams build strong relationships, and it starts with building trust through one-on-ones. What are the three elements of a successful one-on-one? Listen in as Jason breaks it down. Wes’ Takeaways: 1. The top 10% of managers have regular, well-executed, one-on-ones. 2. One-on-ones are for building trust, not giving status updates. 3. Remote 1:1s are different, and that’s okay. 4. Make sure you’re using this time for clear expectation setting.
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How do you know if your one-on-ones are effective? In this episode, we’re diving deep into one-on-ones with our guest, Jason Evanish. Jason Evanish is the founder and CEO of GetLighthouse, a company that’s focused on helping develop great leaders by enabling better one-on-ones. Jason is passionate about helping teams build strong relationships, and it starts with building trust through one-on-ones. What are the three elements of a successful one-on-one? Listen in as Jason breaks it down.

Wes’ Takeaways:

  1. 1. The top 10% of managers have regular, well-executed, one-on-ones.
  2. 2. One-on-ones are for building trust, not giving status updates.
  3. 3. Remote 1:1s are different, and that’s okay.
  4. 4. Make sure you’re using this time for clear expectation setting.

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