You’ve no doubt have heard the term “micromanage” before. Most likely it conjures up negative connotations.
It’s no surprise that research has shown that micromanagers can destroy strategies, eliminate creative thinking, and turn employees into mindless “yes men” rather than valuable contributors.
We all know that relinquishing control can be tough, especially if you’ve given your blood, sweat and tears to creating or developing something.
The idea of handing over the reins to another person who may not deliver it the way you envisioned can be nerve-wracking. It’s easy to scrutinize every move they make in order to see the results you intended. Read more…