The micromanager might be one of the most common “bad boss” stereotypes, but it’s a tricky situation when you are on the other side.
This week’s reader question comes from a newly minted supervisor, unsure of how to manage her entry-level employees without becoming a micromanager.
For advice on how to deal with this tricky situation we turned to leadership coach Lolly Daskal and psychologist Art Markman
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