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Save time with meeting agenda templates
Huminos OKR Software provides several built in templates for meeting agenda to help your people save time.
We at Huminos understand that meetings are a significant part of your people’s work life and they spend time on drafting meetings agenda, capturing notes and summary, allocating tasks discussed in such meetings etc.
Basic template for 1:1 meetings
Collaborate and engage with team members in setting OKRs
Align team members' OKRs with team or company level OKRs
Use this template for your first 1:1 meeting with newly joined team members
Use this template for regular weekly, fortnightly or monthly 1:1s. Build personal rapport, recognise initiatives and identify blockers.
Know Your Team 1:1
Good managers have an excellent personal rapport with the team members. Use this template to know your team better.
Good managers are genuinely interested in the overall well-being of their team members. Use this template to discuss about well-being of a team member.
Engage with remote working teams using this template.
1:1 meetings with peers help in building cross-functional team alignment and improving communication and collaboration.
Skip level meetings not only help in narrowing the power distance between leaders, managers and team members but also in identifying unconscious biases that creep in during performance evaluation.
Use this template to gather feedback from team members on What's working well and what can be done better.
Schedule 1:1 meeting with your manager for discussing your team's performance.
Performance Conversation 1:1
Use this template at the end of OKR cycle to discuss performance with team members.
Career Conversations 1:1
Use this template to at the end of the OKR cycle to reflect upon future experiences for your team members
Developmental Feedback 1:1
Use this template to discuss and share developmental feedback with your team members.
Performance Improvement Plan 1:1
Use this template to discuss performance issues with your team members.
Use this template to understand the drivers behind attrition within the team