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Micro-management Can Drive Away Employees

Why your leadership style might be hurting your organization

According to a Gallup State of the Workplace study, half of all respondents from the United States have quit their jobs at one point in their careers due to one person: their "bad" boss.

Poor leadership and ineffective bosses are intrinsically tied to employee unhappiness, high turnover and the quality of work produced.

I've had a few of these bosses myself, and as much as it pains me to say, I've been one. When I started my business, I frequently found myself getting frustrated that work wasn't being done with the intensity and passion that I would have put into it. Comparing an employee's level of dedication to mine as the business owner, I realized, wasn't fair. I had to stop shifting blame and start taking responsibility for my leadership style.

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