SEMA Virtual Education

Reducing Micromanagement and Increasing Employee Self-Sufficiency

Recorded On: 05/13/2021

During Part Two of the "Team Management" webinar series presented by the SEMA Businesswomen's Network, managers and supervisors learned about the dangers of micromanagement and how to increase employee self-sufficiency. Allison Harding from Vintage Air served as moderator and was joined by one of her personal mentors, Christine Ashmore from Morgan Stanley. With more than 30 years of professional management experience, Ashmore has guided employees to efficiency and productivity within their departments. Described as direct and fair, Ashmore manages teams to long-term growth.

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Reducing Micromanagement and Increasing Employee Self-Sufficiency
During Part Two of the "Team Management" webinar series presented by the SEMA Businesswomen's Network, managers and supervisors learned about the dangers of micromanagement and how to increase employee self-sufficiency. Allison Harding from Vintage Air served as moderator and was joined by one of her personal mentors, Christine Ashmore from Morgan Stanley. With more than 30 years of professional management experience, Ashmore has guided employees to efficiency and productivity within their departments. Described as direct and fair, Ashmore manages teams to long-term growth.
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Open to download resource. Micromanaging can stifle creativity and growth for employees. Check out the SBN Webinar on how to increase employee independence and reduce micromanaging in the work environment. Seek help from other managers on how to let go, and trust your team with the included worksheet.