Trust your employees as most of the time they are more than capable of doing the necessary without micromanagement and will more than likely produce better results.
3 tips to take note of:
1. Stop checking in all the time
2. Trust your team's experts
3. Delegate more than you may be comfortable with
No one sets out to be a bad supervisor, but the role has a way of turning some of the most talented leaders into micromanagers. In some cases, managers don’t even realize they’re gravitating toward bad habits until they start losing people, productivity, and power. Are you worried that you might be a micromanager? And if so, how can you resist your micromanaging tendencies and — more importantly — how do you ditch your micromanaging reputation for good? Take these steps to show your team that you’ve truly kicked your micromanaging habit.