I recently took over as Commanding Officer for an office of approx 200 members. I guess my standards for attention to detail and desire to be grammatically correct are a little higher than the previous CO. I therefore find myself constantly sending things back for revision and I can sense my staff getting a little tired of it. Maybe even demoralized, because they think they can never get it right. So, what is good enough? When, or how often, do I let something go through even though it is not how I think it should be done?
I think I really have 2 issues. One is just grammatical standards. I think that always has to be as right as possible.
The second is ideas, and how things are done. Just because it is not how I would do it does not make it wrong. They need a chance to try their way too.
Any feedback is appreciated.