In the workplace, the specific way a manager conducts themselves and handles their team is known as their management or leadership style.
This can include the way they plan and organize, assert their authority, give feedback and ensure goals or objectives are achieved.
Some managers insist on being more heavily involved in the workplace than others. While it can be helpful for a team to know that they have the support of their manager, constant supervision and interference can become overbearing.
Managers who feel compelled to control every aspect of their team’s work are known as micromanagers.
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