Taste of My Own Medicine
I was a team manager before. I’ve had my fair share of successes and disappointments. I’ve made people laugh, cry, happy and sad. I’ve had a fair chance in dealing with people and finding out what works best.
I couldn’t say I was the best but I think I was alright. I just tried to get along knowing that the people I work with are mature enough to handle the responsibilities and I tried accepting their individual personalities.
Micro-management is a flaw in leadership traits.
You don’t treat others as if they are kids who don’t know what to do without you guiding them.
Now that I’m once again am part of the workforce, I can’t seem to ignore the faults that I see. I’ve made those mistakes before and now that I’m pulling the other end of the rope, I’m feeling the unjust treatment.
I hope the story ends well wherein the person understands … these types of things just don’t work.
I hope the person changes for the better because if not, it’s not us who will fail.