So, I scheduled the O3s with my 4 person team. One of the members, "blew off" the meeting.
Three people willing accepted the O3s. With those, the meeting went great, and they were positive about the meetings.
The third person, the one who I thought wouldn't want to meet in the first place, didn't accept the meeting and didn't come at the time I scheduled.
When I asked him about meeting, he said he didn't want to schedule a time. "Just stop by when you want to meet", he said.
This person is the senior member of the team. He has "technical leadership" responsibilities, but I was hired as a manager after the job was offered to him.
When the time came for the meeting, I asked if he was ready and he made an excuse that he wasn't ready.
I know that the MT response to this type of problem is feedback. But I'm a new manager, in a new company, with a established team; and I'm not comfortable giving feedback until I've described the model in O3s.. Which obviously aren't happening yet with individual.
I'm patient, and can explain again, to him, that I need him to meet with me. But does anyone have any suggestions for proceeding based on their own experience.
Any advice is greatly appreciated.