When it comes to managing employees, striking the balance between hands-on and micromanaging can be tough. After all, you want to be sure that employees "get it" and that the work is being done well. What’s the harm in making sure?
It could be more than you think. A 2014 survey by staffing giant Accountemps found that nearly 60% of employees interviewed said they had worked for a micromanager at some point, and that it decreased their morale (68%) and hurt their productivity (55%).
Sometimes, it can be hard to recognize those tendencies in ourselves, says Marc Prine, director of consulting and assessment at Taylor Strategy Partners, an executive recruitment and human resources consulting firm. Often, the intentions are good—we simply want the work to be as good as it can b
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