How to Stay Involved But Avoid Being a Micromanager

Remote work has put managers in a precarious position. The natural distance between leaders and their people has many managers defaulting to a style that isn’t in line with what the best leaders do.  

I hear from managers all the time; “I hire the best people and let them do their work.” While this makes sense on the surface, I don’t know one high performer who doesn’t leverage a coach to help them perform. Let’s use athletes as an example. The best golfers in the world have instructors to help them hone their craft. The best basketball players in the world have head coaches that create systems for them to play at their best.  

Talented professionals that are high-performers are no different. They need a leader to help create a positive culture and to challenge them to higher performance levels.

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