#1. Too many meetings
Don’t get us wrong–meeting can be a very important step towards organizing a team and getting everyone on the same page. Too many meetings, however, can be a time and productivity drain–and it can also be an indicator that the meetings are not accomplishing their goals (and thus the need for still more meetings!)
Some aspects of business must be done in a very rigid manner. For most operations, though, it’s important to trust the people you have in place. If someone feels compelled to micromanage, the odds are good that either a) they haven’t hired a team they can depend on, or b) they are overly controlling, which is probably stifling both the productivity and the happiness of those below them.
In the real word, integrity and ethics are of the utmost importance. Without them, leadership is impossible. Truly effective managers are always fair to both the workers they lead as well as the other businesses they deal with.
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