Just do your job
I have found that after years of working with various types of micromanagers that by knowing what your role is up front in a project, making sure that you do it correctly, and staying one step ahead of the "micro" by having your work done ahead of time as much as possible, ultimately you will be recognized for what you do, not them for what you do. Ghost writers, workers, etc. always surface when the management somewhere up the food chain acknowledge that the micromanager could not possibly have done a particular job, therefore if you have done it, and consistently do it right, you can work with and pass the micromanagement dilemna. Works for me!
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