If you are thinking of leaving your company, the odds are your manager has something to do with your decision. If you perceive your manager as a relentless micromanager, you may also perceive that you have no alternative but to quit.
A micromanager is driven by his or her own insecurities, and tends to be over-involved with everyone, regardless of an employee’s capability or talent. These are the managers who drive employees away. These micromanagers are motivated by various psychological factors they cannot control.
But micromanaging is not the same as being a micromanager. Read the full article.