We all have an ego, we live in complex environments and as human beings we all get hurt at times. Your good intention is understood differently. Sometimes, as a leader, you then act too quickly. It is therefore very important that you have your own place where you can come to rest and that you don't let crowds and hectic activity take it away. It is in that place that you can come to the realization: maybe this is good for me, but not for the collective, and as a leader you naturally stand for the collective.
You can experience a lack of authenticity if you can't show your emotions. When you find peace, you manage better to give a response that integrates your different roles (the leader, but also the emotional person). You can find that peace in yoga, but also in meditation, mindfulness or a walk in the woods.