28 Questions to Ask Your Boss in Your One-on-Ones
Good one-on-one meetings between managers and their direct reports address the practical and personal needs of the employee, benefitting their performance, growth, and well-being, as well as the success of their team and the broader organization. However, since managers are typically the ones who run these meetings, employees’ needs are often forgotten. Then it’s up to the employee to ask questions to get the attention they need. Research in Harvard Business Review points to 28 questions that can drive the best conversations, from a handful of categories — from getting input on performance to clarifying goals to building a relationship.