4 ways to change your attitude toward a micromanager

07/4/2011 | BNET

Working for a micromanaging boss can be difficult, but you can make it easier by reframing the experience to survive and get ahead, Penelope Trunk writes. For example, since a micromanager is spending all of his or her time redoing everyone's work, use it as an opportunity to identify problems and offer solutions. "E-mail the memo to a wider audience than just your boss. Someone will give the authority to implement something sooner or later," Trunk writes.

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