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Micromanagers make people feel worthless and slow organizational growth. Entrepreneurs, who cling to micromanaging styles, sabotage success. Entrepreneurs are micromanagers. They start out with small organizations and make all decisions. But, they fail when companies outgrow their capacity. They micromanage until a major “screw-up” or event occurs and they are forced to delegate. – See more at: http://www.larryputterman.com/overcoming-the-5-dangers-of-micromanaging/#sthash.VHu1GSyz.dpuf
We all know that leader–the one who fails to see the forest though the trees. Down in the weeds, it becomes obvious that a lack of trust breeds contempt and mission failure. Lesson learned: Don’t be that guy! Empower your team and maintain accountability for the success (and failure) of your team.
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