>"avoid micromanaging. Instead, give your co-workers the latitude to put their full talents to work."
Who's co-worker and who's supervisor here?
My perception of a "co-worker" is someone who is on the same level as you, not someone who is waiting for you to give your permission of approval. Frankly I was expecting to see help on lateral relationships rather than the supervisor/subordinate interaction.
After twenty years of service I very suddenly lost the trust of my *co-workers*, and was hoping to get some idea what I had done wrong. This article is not the help the title implies.
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