Implementing Skip-Level Meetings to Gain Insight at Your Organization
Increase understanding of staff concerns to improve communication between various departments.
The great resignation wave. Employees leave managers. Leadership doesn’t get it. These are some common phrases that are hot topics in today’s employee engagement conversation.
People are re-evaluating their careers through the lens of whether their company cares about them, supports their work and their life, and if their managers are their champions or in their own way. Hopefully, you already have recurring one-on-one meetings with your managers, and they have check-ins with their direct reports.
But how often are you connecting with the people two or more levels below you? In this presentation, you’ll learn how to implement skip-level conversations and the value they can bring to your organization.
- You will be able to recognize the benefits of skip-level meetings.
- You will be able to arrange and implement skip-level meetings.
- You will be able to prepare for unexpected feedback from your team.
- You will be able to formulate an action plan from feedback.
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