Theory Y is based on management with a participatory style, where managers assume that employees manage autonomously and are motivated to achieve organizational goals. This theory refers to a participative approach with job-satisfied, motivated and creative employees. In addition, they take on a lot of responsibility and participate in decision-making.
Theory Y managers carry out decentralized and participative management, fostering collaborative relationships and based on trust.
Evaluations, like Theory X, are common, but in this case, they are used to encourage open communication, not to control staff.