Tag Archives: Micromanagement

Anti-Venom for Toxic Politics: 3 Key Ingredients

Toxic office politics waste an unbelievable amount of time that could be used FAR more productively. And, I find WAY too many people just simply accept the toxic situation as being “just the way it is around here.” Okay — here’s a different viewpoint. Stop that! Quit accepting unhealthy, toxic situations as “normal” — they […]

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6 Signs It’s Time for Transformational Change

Is it time for transformational change — or is incremental change more appropriate? Too often leaders mistake one for the other, and wind up doing too little too late, or squashing the proverbial fly with a sledgehammer. Neither situation turns out well, unfortunately. by Robert S. Tipton http://atom.smasher.org/highway/ Yes, as the old saying goes, “change […]

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Micromanagers Anonymous (“MA”)

by Robert S. Tipton “One person’s micromanagement is just another person’s way of making sure none of their employees mess anything up so badly that it will come back and reflect negatively on them.” Now, I don’t know if anyone ever said that before — or if I just made it up (I did make […]

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