Why you should meet regularly with direct reports

08/19/2013 | TheDailyMuse.com

You can improve as a leader by making time for regular one-on-one meetings with the people you oversee, writes Avery Augustine. These interactions allow you to offer in-depth feedback and learn about issues that are important to your team, she writes. In addition, seek to uncover the root causes of performance issues to build trust with your direct reports, she writes.

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