Preparing for a Skip-Level Meeting

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​Organizational leaders sometimes hold skip-level meetings in order to insert themselves into potentially problematic departments or teams that may wrestle with chronic performance problems, stability challenges or ongoing misconduct issues. Likewise, some senior executives prefer to hold these meetings on a regular, rotational basis just to check in with the troops and see how everyone is feeling about the nature of their work, leadership direction and the organization as a whole.

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