You know you don't want to choke your staff with micromanagement minutiae. Here's how to hold yourself back and get the best out of your employees.
Before opening my business, I worked for a lot of companies--big and small, corporate and family run, traditional and innovative. I encountered many types of managers, and I learned that those who managed best were those who allowed staff members to think boldly, to move swiftly, and to do so with a game plan rather than a rulebook.
When it came time to open Metal Mafia, I knew that I wanted my company to be a place that valued motivation and maverick thinking over micromanagement. The only way to make that happen was to be willing to delegate, and as a business owner, giving up control sometimes was scary.
To beat back fear in favor of freedom, here's how to comfortably delegate:
Via Roger Francis