“We love a micromanager.”
Said no employee ever.
“Micromanagement” has always been a subject of debate in the office.
According to SHRM, 84% of U.S. workers say poorly trained managers create unnecessary work and stress.
While this can stem from inexperience, the need to control everything an employee works on ultimately creates tension within the relationship.
And this lack of trust ultimately fuels the need to micromanage.
Instead, focus on building a culture of trust and reliability.
You’ll want to create a culture where your employees can trust you enough to seek your help.
Focus on the following:
If your employees need help and trust you enough, they’ll go to you whenever there’s a roadblock.
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