(English) Become a Better Manager By Managing Less

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Jay Winder

Jay Winderはオーストラリア人のMakeLeaps共同設立者です。武道を学ぶため2001年に来日し、2003年にWebnetITというITコンサルティングのビジネスを立ち上げ、2010年には”日本国内のフリーランスやビジネスの将来性を確実に広げる”というビジョンのもとMakeLeapsを設立しました。良かったらTwitterのフォローもよろしくお願いします。特にMakeLeapsユーザーからのツイートは大歓迎ですので、お気軽にツイートして下さい!

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  1. I like this Jason. Another point would be that every once in a while, if you quit micro-managing, you may learn that there is a better solution or process that will improve your business. Being a good manager requires some humility and that means you can’t always assume that your way is the best way. After all, you hire people for their experience and knowledge in many cases so why would you want to waste that by being so sure that they have no new ideas to offer that could prove successful? Being open-minded can lead to some surprising results and trusting the employee enough to see what they have to offer also engages and motivates them.