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Your last one-on-one what to do instead of an exit interview

it’s not an “exit interview”, it’s your final one-on-one. If you’ve built a solid relationship with this person, they’ll regularly be bringing problems and even criticism into your 1:1s. If you’ve demonstrated a track record of making it safe to do that, this final meeting can be quite similar. As with any 1:1, if they have things to share, you’re there to listen. One way you can implicitly communicate the normality of this meeting is to just keep it at your normally-scheduled 1:1 time.

Jacob Kaplan-Moss →

Published 7 May 2022, with 86 words.