Lynne Curry of The Growth Company Releases Article-“Stop Micromanaging & Learn To Trust Your Employees”

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Lynne Curry, Ph.D., SPHR (CEO of The Growth Company, Inc.) has over 30 years of experience in management consulting and frequently receives questions from clients regarding situations in the workplace.

Are you a micromanager?

Attention all hovercraft supervisors—are you smothering your employees with unnecessary guidance?

Lynne Curry, Ph.D., SPHR (CEO of The Growth Company, Inc.) has over 30 years of experience in management consulting and frequently receives questions from clients regarding situations in the workplace. Today, Dr. Curry releases an article directed toward supervisors and managers that micromanage.

Dr. Curry starts out, “Attention all hovercraft supervisors—are you smothering your employees with unnecessary guidance? Does forward progress come to a dead halt when you travel because your employees hesitate to make final decisions in your absence? Have you overheard employees muttering ‘micromanager’ when you pass them in the hallways? If so, consider four facts...”

Read on to learn the four facts Dr. Curry exposes and the recommended ways to overcome micromanaging.

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The Growth Company, Inc. is a Human Resource and Management consulting firm specializing in soft skills training, facilitation and mediations as well as investigations, coaching and manual/policy write ups and re-writes. The Growth Company, Inc. was established in 1978 and is one of the longest lasting consulting firms in Alaska. For further information about The Growth Company or Dr. Lynne Curry click here. The Growth Company also has a Workplace Coach Blog, where Dr. Lynne Curry and other HR professionals post about everyday situations that a manager or supervisor may come across. They provide insight and the correct way to approach and handle these situations.

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