Your team is smart, industrious and always seems to know exactly what you want when you want it.
But if you get complacent, you might start under-communicating. And that could spell trouble.
It’s a plus that your employees anticipate problems and get things done without hand-holding. But just because they don’t need constant direction doesn’t mean they can get by without your input.
Leadership coach Scott Mabry writes that managers fall into the trap of treating good employees like psychics who can read their minds.