If you have ever worked for a micromanager, raise. yo. hand.
Uh huh. I see you.
Being micromanaged can feel invasive, exhausting, frustrating and [fill in your experience here].
It can feel cutthroat sometimes, too.
As in, if you don't dot every "i" and cross every "t," then you're going to lose your job.
Just writing that makes my immune system shutter.
Living with the fear of losing your job and income is rough.
But, what if that micromanager was actually giving you an opportunity to determine how committed you really are to the objectives of your role, and meeting or exceeding those objectives?
What if being micromanaged was for your benefit?
Maybe your experience has gone something like this...
Your manager just told you what to do and how to do it.
You want to achieve the same thing they want and you have an idea of how to do it better, but they don't seem to be receptive...