How to make one-on-one development conversations more valuable

Rebecca Akabas, Senior Analyst

Giving leaders customized opportunities for professional development is a powerful way to drive engagement—and improve their skills.

Ideally, each leader has a formal conversation with their supervisor after the performance review to discuss how the leader would like to grow in the coming year.

But with everything leaders and their supervisors have on their plates, it's easy to deprioritize these conversations. We can't force them to happen, but giving leaders the right tools can help.

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