Life after micromanagement

04/11/2010 | Washington Post, The

Working for a micromanaging boss can have consequences long after that relationship ends, Lily Garcia writes. If you have lost confidence in your abilities after working in that situation, push yourself to take more calculated risks to bolster your decision-making skills, she advises.

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