You probably have been micromanaged and you probably hated it. It certainly happened to me: and being micromanaged was both upsetting and paralyzing; Needless to say my boss did not get the best of me then!
While many people complain about being micromanaged, very few think of themselves as micromanagers. The point is that all managers fall into these patterns at some point — often driven by anxiety and insecurity, either from lack of subject matter knowledge, inadequate training, or insufficient experience.
Check this HBR article... So will you write: “My name is ___, and I’m a micromanager” ?