Micromanagement rarely has a positive impact, at least not long-term. In fact, it can be detrimental to the health of a small business.
One of the biggest problems that stems from micromanagement is that it hurts your team and their ability to perform. Team members dealing with a micromanaging supervisor may feel like they are not valued or respected, may lack a sense of ownership in their work, and may be frustated and resentful with the work process. Not to mention micromanagement wastes a heck of a lot of time!
If you or a member of your staff has micromanaging tendencies, you should act -- and act fast -- to correct the problem. Today's feature articles will help you identify if you have a problem, then take steps to fix it.