Transform a micromanager into a servant leader

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CLOVER, S.C. – The word “micromanager” often carries a negative connotation because, from an employee’s perspective, that type of leader is overinvolved in their work, creates tension and doesn’t trust them enough to do their job. Servant leadership, on the other hand, brokers mutual trust because such leaders believe in employees’ skills and knowledge. With a more collaborative and positive approach than micromanagers, servant leaders are well-positioned to impact employee development and, with it, company growth, Doug Meyer-Cuno, ForbesBooks author of “The Recipe For Empowered Leadership: 25 Ingredients For Creating Value & Empowering Others,” said. “Trust is a key issue today as more companies consider part-time or full-time remote work in the wake of COVID-
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