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  1. Micromanaging if really not effective. It only contributes to the pressure. Giving your employees the chance to decide on their own will really benefit the organization. Thank you for the article, Kellie.

    1. Thank you for reading and sharing your comment! 🙂 We agree that it’s important for managers to build trust with their employees. The method of coaching and mentoring will be more effective than micromanaging.

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