No one sets out to be a bad supervisor, but the role has a way of turning some of the most talented leaders into micromanagers. In some cases, managers don’t even realize they’re gravitating toward bad
“Sometimes, when I sit in meetings, especially ones in which people don’t seem engaged, I calculate the cost in staff time. I’ve estimated that one standard weekly meeting in my bureau — 50 people sitting
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