In my daily life I have in the last 5 years gained extremely many hours of experience in leadership between people.
Specifically, I have to manage the budget. Do we reach the goals. Will I hire and dismiss the right people, and people where I can be a good management matchto them. Cooperation. Employee Development Interview, work envioment laws, tasks, leadership, values, development, chemistry, daily well-being (social capital), etc.
In areas it is good to have an ultra schematic approach. There must be a, b, c, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. To do such and such. At other times the routines and plans changes - which is fine, but then a task is suddenly no longer routine and must be explained anew. Circumstances may have changed a bit and it is not routine anymore. What different persons take as a norm is as individual as the date when we are born.
There are many good intentions during a day.
One example is to do something completely new. As a leader it can be a constructive way to articulate a situation. You can be sure that if there is a frustration among your employees or are you frustrated employee or manager, then something new must be taken into action. A very simple way when the "ordinary" does not work is to try something new. My experience is consistently that EVERYBODY want the best and want to create a better situation. Occasionally it is me who shall be more distinct and clear, other times all parties. The best results come when the involved and sometimes everyone in a team contributes to a common understood solution in which we are all winners.