5 Tips to Improve Your Relationship with Your Micromanaging Boss

Ideally, your boss would give you general guidance when you needed it, answer questions when you have them, and give you a nice year end bonus. But, unfortunately, that’s not how many managers operate. Sometimes you can end up with a micromanaging boss who is constantly looking over your shoulder, driving you nuts.

Most micromanaging bosses aren’t bad people, just misguided managers. You can use these five tips to improve your relationship with your boss.

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3 thoughts on “5 Tips to Improve Your Relationship with Your Micromanaging Boss

  1. Thanks so much for the tips, Suzanne!

    Your blog post has come at a rather helpful time – our team has just had a new manager appointed (one who has no prior management experience). Hopefully with these points in mind, we can start to turn things around in our team. 🙂

  2. Items four and five are especially relevant if your boss has actually been trained by staff not to trust them because they didn’t complete tasks well and in a timely manner. One boss I knew adapted to that with a special brand of nagging that drove me bonkers til I flat out explained that I had a system and would she please let me work according to that system before nagging as I would get it done faster?

    Then I got it done faster. And peace reigned in all the officedom. She’d forget once in a while and I’d remind her and we’d both get on with our lives.

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