A check-in meeting is a regular meeting between managers and employees to discuss the team’s needs and progress. Its purpose is to cultivate good relationships between employees and managers.
Team members will have the opportunity to discuss the ongoing projects, performance, and the team’s general well-being. It’s an excellent opportunity for managers and employees to build a positive working relationship. A check-in meeting is where team members and managers can connect and get feedback and identify potential issues early.
Check-in meetings are not avenues for evaluating employee’s performance. They are less formal and help give managers insight into their team members’ work life. Having a regular check-in meeting drives employee engagement and keeps the team on track to accomplish their goals and objectives.« Back to Glossary Index