How to organize meetings in Asana
One-on-one meetings are an important way for managers to connect with their team members and provide a dedicated and comfortable space for coaching, communication, and connection. Organizing your one-on-ones in an Asana project helps you plan your one-on-ones in advance, stay focused during the conversation, and track any action items that come out of the meeting. In this three unit, on-demand course, you will learn how to organize one-on-one meetings with collaborative agendas, actionable requests, and easy views of current work.
This is an on-demand, interactive course. By completing this course, you will learn how to:
- Create a private one-on-one agenda
- Take actionable notes and follow ups during meetings
- Create reports to inform discussions
- Watch 3 separate video chapters
- Complete 3 exercises
- Take 3 quizzes
- 10-20 minutes per chapter
- 30-60 minutes for the entire course
The Asana Community is a great resource to ask questions during the session, get help from other Asana customers and learn more.
After you complete all three chapters, you’ll have a shared private one-on-one project and will receive a certificate for the course.
Let’s get started.