15Five’s 1-on-1 meeting agenda allows you to enhance and streamline your one on one meetings and record the most important learnings all in one place. This vital element of work-week helps you build relationships and re-align with the team and individual goals.
1. Select the '1-on-1s' tab in your top navigation bar.
2. Locate the employee you want to start the 1-on-1 agenda with and click their name. Your team will be listed on the left side of your page.
3. Select 'Create a new 1-on-1'.
Add answers from a 15Five to 1-on-1
Go to your 'Team 15Fives' tab. You will see a list of team members you review, and can go through their reports. While you review 15Fives, you can add answers to the team member's 1-on-1 agenda.
For a walkthrough on how to add answers to the 1-on-1 agenda, see this article.
Talking points, action items & notesTalking points, action items, and notes can be added directly to the 1-on-1 agenda at any time before and up until 1 hour after the meeting has been ended.
Action items that are left unchecked, will appear on the next 1-on-1 as talking points. Action items that are checked off will not appear on the next 1-on-1. We are working on changing this logic so that unchecked action items and talking points will, by default, appear on the next 1-on-1.
Click 'End 1-on-1' for a new agenda to show for a team member. After your 1-on-1 meeting is complete, a summary email is sent to your team member with any notes or action items. The 1-on-1 summary email will be sent 1 hour after the meeting is ended. This give the participants time to add or update anything before the summary is sent.
You will be able to collaborate and add talking points for your next meeting.
1. Click on the '1-on-1s' tab.
2. Then under '1-on-1s with my Reviewer', click 'Create a new 1-on-1'.
An hour after you or your reviewer end the 1-on-1, you will receive an email stating that the meeting has ended. The email summary of action points looks like this. Private notes will not appear on these emails.