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Zinke: Trump is great boss because
he ‘doesn’t micromanage’

The Hill, by Julia Manchester

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Posted By:Lalo, 7/16/2017 9:27:56 PM

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke praised President Trump in a weekend interview, calling him “the best boss” he´s ever had. “He’s the best boss I’ve ever worked for. He doesn’t micromanage,” Zinke told Capital Press in an interview published on Saturday. Zinke’s comments come after he asked the president to keep two national monument designations without any changes. Trump signed an executive order in April that ordered federal officials to review 20 years of national monument designations. Trump called the designations “another egregious abuse of federal power.” While Zinke had words of praise for working in the Trump administration, his fellow Cabinet
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May be the secret of his success along with a talent for hiring good people.

      


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Reply 1 - Posted by: mickturn, 7/17/2017 9:24:34 AM     (No. 11321231)

Terrible bosses micromanage, they are saying;
1. I´m stupid for hiring you.
2. I don´t trust you.
3. You´re stupid.
4. I´m the smartest person in the room, always.
5. Leftists seem to gravitate toward this micromanagement style. I have to assume it´s because they are all incompetent and are covering for it.

So much for ´intelligent´ /S bosses.

Trump on the other hand, vets his potential hires carefully then, I have no doubt, let´s them know he trusts them to do the right thing and then let´s them do it. This is something one learns in business as micromanaging peeves people and gets worse results.

Which boss are you and which kind of person is YOUR boss?


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Reply 2 - Posted by: lakerman1, 7/17/2017 9:39:36 AM     (No. 11321256)

Jimmy Carter was proably the biggest micro manager president in our history.
When the military put together a hostage rescue plan in 1979-80, for the embassy personnel being held by the filthy islamofascist terrorist pigs in Iran, Jimmy deleted one helicoptor from the rescue plan.
The rescue plan failed for the lack of one helicoptor.
Jimmy established an urban taskforce during his presidency, and according to a classmate from graduate school, who served on the taskforce, the members worked long and hard.
When it came time to make a presentation to Jimmy, the taskforce emembers were excited.

Jimmy walked in to the meeting, and said, "I know more about urban issues than any of you."
Thus ended the urban taskforce.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: TXknitter, 7/17/2017 9:50:10 AM     (No. 11321272)

Another aspect of Trump´s management style is yes, he gives people the room to do what they were hired to do but then he expects results and not excuses. Bottom line, your sharp, hard-working folks like it and thrive with a boss like that!

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