Your employees might assume you don't trust them if you feel the need to control everything that goes on at your business, Lee Polevoi writes. To avoid this, make sure you have a good team of people you can count on, and then give your employees some autonomy to complete tasks as they see fit. "[S]ometimes it's OK when employees fail to fulfill their responsibilities, too," Polevoi writes. "We all learn from our mistakes, and experience makes us better equipped for future success."
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