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How to deal with a micromanager

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How to deal with a micromanager

What is effective management? Many workers would automatically tout values such as attentiveness, close observations with helpful guidance and amiability amongst the top factors that they wish to receive in their boss.

Workers overwhelmingly want assurance that their hard work is being noticed and that their boss is going to guide their projects to success.

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Comments (1)

  • Alison Page
    Alison Page
    Thu, 3 Oct 2019 7:04pm BST
    Interestingly enough I have a client who has micromanagement tendencies but its definitely not because of hiring highly skilled employees. What other reasons could cause this please?