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6 alternatives to micromanaging employees

Open communication is key to avoid micromanaging.
Open communication is key to avoid micromanaging.
Did you know that micromanaging your workforce might be counterproductive? According to Entrepreneur, there are few things that you can do to avoid falling into the micromanagement cycle and increase productivity among your fellow coworkers and employees.
Among these, hiring the right people for your team, setting clear-cut goals, providing constant feedback, developing employee ownership, understanding the power of accountability and having open communication will help you avoid the cycle. 
—Lynette Gil
When productivity decreases, managers feel the need to hover a bit more. Stop damaging micromanaging tendencies.

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