FORBESWOMAN | 2/21/2013 @ 11:54AM
By Melissa Llarena
In 2012, 75% of my clients said they called me for career coaching when they could no longer take micromanagement. Some felt like children, others like puppets. All said succumbing to a boss who is constantly checking in became a major time guzzler. Not one client said micromanagement made them want to stay and work harder. Micromanaging means paying too much attention to details. It usually has a negative connotation, yet these coaching clients agree there are certain details that should not be ignored.