8 Questions to Ask Your Direct Reports on Weekly Meetings | Leverage Ambition

Managing a team can be easier than you think. Keeping tabs on their progress is necessary for you to keep your position. It is important to report your findings up the chain as you report to your manager.

Being able to track key performance indicators will help you become a better manager, and will help you stay accountable for your actions. Your team must try to stay on track as they reach the company’s collective goals.

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Here are 8 questions to ask your direct reports on weekly meetings to better gauge their progress.

1.What did you learn since last we met?

2. What were your goals last week?

3. What did you achieve since we last met?

4. What wins did you have?

5. What losses did you have?

6. What is your plan for this week?

7. What are your priorities?

8. How can I best help or support you?

All of these questions will help your team understand that you are accountable for their actions, and ready to support them on their success.

Consistent meetings should be held to make sure your team is on track to do what they need to do. It is always better to step in and try and help your team sign deals that mean the most to the company’s progress.

Keep tabs on their performance. Make sure that when the performance is down, you need to let them know that they need to improve.

Offering your support, whatever that may look like will let them know that you are willing to help them achieve their goals.

What other questions do you ask on your weekly meetings?

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