Micromanagers believe they are good managers. They think they get the job done. But they don't! Here's why.
Micromanagers believe they are good managers. They think they get the job done.
From experience, I’d say that this is far from the truth. The micromanager shows their team a lack of respect and creates an air of mistrust.
Micromanagement Is Bad Management
But why would they knowingly do this? In a nutshell, they don’t know they are micromanaging!
They believe they practice good management by taking the job seriously and accepting personal responsibility for everything coming down the line.
In essence, they think, “The buck stops here.” Consequently, they take policy and practice to extremes and interfere with their team’s ability to do a job.