3 Tips for Dealing With a Micromanager - US News

Not many employees like to be micromanaged. In some cultures, it is common and often expected, but in others, it is viewed as negative. If you’re managing employees in the U.S., most people will not appreciate the ways of a micromanager. Of course, there are some employees who perform better under such circumstances, but managers should be aware that if they’re not allowing their high-performing employees to work autonomously, they might be at risk of losing them.

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