My opinion is that if you want to be a great leader for your team, you have to realize that it's not about you. What is it about?
Being clear about the direction and strategy for the team
Modeling collaborative, open, and honest behavior and communication
Providing support and guidance when it's needed
Getting out of the way and letting your team do their jobs - no micromanaging
Focusing on the development of others
Celebrating the individual and team successes, as their own
Recognizing One on One sessions are their meetings, not yours
Giving your team space to grow through trial and error
Ultimately, you are there to serve, inspire, and lead others. It can feel like a thankless job at times as sometimes being an effective leader means you stay hidden. However, I feel that if the team is feeling successful and productive then I must be doing ok.