Many business leaders aspire to be involved, hands-on bosses like Julius Caesar or Steve Jobs, but the truth is that many CEOs simply aren't cut out for that kind of leadership, says J. Keith Murnighan. Stepping back and letting your workers get on with things is often better for morale and for the company's bottom line. "Most leaders do too much. And when they do, they're seen as micromanagers," Murnighan says.

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