Are you a control freak that needs to be involved in every decision?
Do you require colleagues and team members to report to you after every small development?
You may very well be a Micromanager Miguel.
Although it's important for bosses to be involved in projects, it's just as crucial that you allow the professionals around you the autonomy they need to thrive.
The most talented people on your team must have the independence to use their own initiative and come up with their own creative ideas.
Unless you facilitate and support this, you'll end up with a group of people who lack confidence in their own decisions, are frustrated and disengaged with their role, or just never fully realise their true potential.
Micromanager Miguels are bad bosses because not only are they incredibly tedious to work alongside but they also deny their colleagues the opportunity to develop their skills.