The Micromanaging Dilemma: Balancing Control and Trust
Ep. 153 – How do you balance control and trust? This is the dilemma of micromanagement.
While micromanaging is not a good leadership style it can be used as an effective time-limited and targeted management tool when a situation calls for it.
In this episode of The Manager Track Podcast, I will be sharing when you should micromanage, and how to do it well so that it is not being perceived negatively by direct reports, but actually seen as supportive.
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01:31 Is micromanagement in your blind spot?
09:06 When you should micromanage
14:11 How to micromanage well