This guidance tells you what to do when directs resist One on Ones because they are a form of "micromanaging."

What do you do when one of your directs complains that they don't need/want/like One-on-Ones because they say they're a form of micromanagement? Are they right? What the heck IS micromanagement, anyway? Can I leave them out of the process?

This Cast Answers These Questions

  • What is micro-managing?
  • How do I address the micro-management accusation?
  • Can I insist on One on Ones?

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