I just started a new job this past Monday (thank you, Interview Series!) and I went from 10 directs at my prior job to 24 at my new job. I have a supervisor on the team underneath me, but he is not in charge of writing evaluations and everyone actually reports up to me. He's just more of a lead/go-to guy when the lower level folks don't know how to proceed on an issue.
Should I roll down some of the team and teach my supervisor how to have one on ones, or should I just assume responsibility for meeting with all 24 directs? That's 12 hours of one on ones a week, unless I move to biweekly which I want to avoid if I can.
If I roll down one on ones (and eventually the entire trinity) to my supervisor, how do I deliniate which directs meet with him and which meet with me?