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Elise Keith, Co-founder, Lucid Meetings & Author, Where the Action Is: The Meetings That Make or Break Your Organization

There is one activity in every company that:

  • Impacts every employee,
  • Consumes 30% of employees’ time on average, and up to 80% of an executives’ day,
  • Drives the success or failure of all collaborative work.

This is an enormous investment. And yet, most companies provide zero training and have no systems in place to ensure a return on all this time.

Yes, it’s meetings.

At some point in your career, you’re going to find yourself leading a team, department, division, or organization where you’re working with an employee who irritates you. Sometimes you know why. Often you don’t.

Nobody I know proudly brags about being a micromanager. Frankly, most vehemently deny the label. Yet the workplace overflows with them. Here’s how to spot them on your team before you give them even bigger opportunities to frustrate the people who work with them. And if deep down you fear you may be falling into the micromanagement trap yourself, consider these signs before it’s too late to make a change.

Micromanagers Complain About Work Overload

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