Are You a Micromanager?

by Shannon F.

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Being a micromanager, especially in a sales-related field, is the worst. Really.

-You’ll sap productivity by limiting initiative and self-sufficiency.

-You’ll back up the flow of both ideas and actions, since you insist on having control of every detail.

-You’ll drive away great people by not giving them a chance to succeed on their own.

-Ultimately, you will fail to maximize the revenue-driving potential of your sales team.

-Also, people won’t like you.

Check out our fun, useful* flow chart to determine if you—yes, you—are a micromanager. If you receive the bad news that you are (or are in danger of becoming) a micromanager, fear not. Coming next, we’ll tell you how to curb your destructive behavior, encourage sales rep accountability, and boost your team’s morale.

*Disclaimer: flow chart may not be fun or useful to everyone.

One Response to Are You a Micromanager?

  1. SteveSlict says:

    Find out what you need to improve in yourself to become more effective!

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