Vadim Kotelnikov    

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Coaching vs. Micromanaging


Motivational Coaching



Micromanagement won't work when teamwork  and continuous innovation is a priority. Although micromanagement can build discipline, it keeps employees locked within a limited range of action.

When micromanagers relax their grip, stop managing every detail, and start inspiring others to execute of their vision, the organizations reporting to them turn into a winning ones and flourish.

In a coaching organization, managers switch to a leadership and coaching approach. They inspire and empower staff and give people the opportunity to utilize and demonstrate their full potential. Instead of to do what they have to do to please their boss, team members are encouraged to see how smart and hard they can work to help achieve organizational mission >>>

Beware however of moving too far toward coaching. Finding the right balance between management, leadership, and coaching styles is the true sign of an inspired and effective manager... More