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How Effective One-on-One Meetings Empower Leadership Transformation

Thursday, May 12, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jeff Smith
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The research is clear: Effective one--on-one meetings are one of the most impactful tools a leader can leverage for their team. The challenge is that while more than 90 percent of leaders think they do one-on-ones effectively, the reality is more like 10 percent. This may be the single biggest leadership weakness.

Jeff Smith, founder and CEO of the SupportingLines Institute, will review the top ways all leaders can make their development one-on-ones more effective. He will demonstrate his unique and powerful method to conduct and develop effective one-on-ones and the difference between a tactical and development one-on-one and the importance of both. This method can be used by people managers and employees to bring structure to their one-on-ones, take control over their personal development, and improve the human experience of work.


Attend this session to learn:

  • A research-based, structured approach to one-on-ones that will change the way leaders relate to employees
  • A more effective way to hold people accountable to their development plan
  • A research-based approach to increase performance and improve the human experience of work

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Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith

Jeff is a certified master corporate executive coach and seasoned C-suite business leader. His personal mission is to inspire leaders and help teams perform so that people have a better human experience at work. He has more than 20 years of experience in sales, finance, and people and culture and operations across multiple industries. He leverages experience from diverse industries and multiple corporate functions to help clients find creative ways to overcome complex business challenges.


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