MANAGEMENT MINUTE: Use your controlling nature to help — not hurt — your management skills

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controlling-natureEven the most rule-loving employee will wilt under a controlling supervisor who micro-manages every project or idea.

But your controlling nature could be your best friend, says Cheryl Cran, author of the new book The Control Freak Revolution: Make Your Most Maddening Behaviors Work For Your Company and To Your Advantage. Try these strategies for turning negative habits into positive influences:

  • Examine your behavior. Before you can put a positive spin on your behavior, you must acknowledge the problem. Analyze how you react when […]

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