Micromanage: to manage or control with excessive attention to minor details
I’ve been a micromanager, been micromanaged, and advised clients on how to avoid micromanaging and being micromanaged. To help peel back the onion on micromanagement and what to do about it, I’d like to start with a concept in my book, Straight A’s, that empowers followers. The Straight A’s focus on five core steps, as follows:
For this to work, both the leader and the follower have to do their parts in each step of the process. For each of the steps, here are responsibilities for both leaders and followers:
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