How to Stop Micromanaging: Part One


I’m afraid I’ve had to un-publish this article due to a very unfortunate, recurring incident where an e-college has taken my original content and sold it in a manner which is a serious affront to the values of Talking Story and Managing with Aloha.

I publish much of my coaching freely, in the spirit of Aloha, Lokomaika‘i (the Hawaiian value of generosity), and ‘Ike loa (the Hawaiian value of learning) but I do expect that the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) license each page includes is followed to the letter.

If you have arrived on this page due to the actions of a license offender, get your money back! This should have been free to you. You may also want to question their ethics (i.e. their value alignment) and reconsider remaining their customer.


Rosa Say
Content Author and Licensor of How to Stop Micromanaging: Part One
Posted: September 13, 2011


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