Mar 27Liked by Rachel Botsman

Micromanaging is generally more about the person doing the micromanaging than the people who are being micromanaged. It's generally a habitual way of acting, one we do without even having to think about it. It can be hard to break habits, but it starts with being aware that it's a habit and a desire to change.

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Mar 26·edited Mar 26Liked by Rachel Botsman

Micromanaging ruins everything, it generates from narrow mindedness, insecure, and less competent people. Employees empowerment & autonomy always lead to high productivity, higher accountability, ownership inclusion, diversity in thoughts to tackle the hardest challenges, decision making power & much more. Nothing can be more devastated than micromanaging... When you create a self doubt in your own team,how can you expect positivity,& growth. Where there's no coordination, there's no progress..

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