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Research shows that micromanagement can have significant costs. Under-management can be equally detrimental.
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Distractions are inevitable, so you need a plan for all the common forms they take.
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If you're the boss, it could be difficult to tell that you're actually driving employees away.
3 Ways Your Company Can Integrate Multiple Generations and Engage Millennials
Micromanagement is a no-no.
4 Leadership Methods for Empowering Employees and Building Strong Teams
Realizing your responsibility to lead can be scary, but done right, leadership breaks down to communicating, informing and involving your employees, while never micromanaging them.
5 Ways to Catapult Your Company's Success With Gen Z
Leaders who adapt and prepare their businesses and teams to work with Gen Z will thrive -- and build a strong company along the way.