The wise leader does not attempt to command using fear. They know that it is an ineffective motivator. And they understand that it comes with its own repercussive consequences.
The mindful leader will quietly communicate the difficulty. They will then correct the error and educate their team to avoid repeating the problem. This humility promotes cooperation and trust. And it shows respect and appreciation for the group’s contributions.
The leader creates an environment of personal responsibility and duty. In turn, everyone works toward a common goal.
Also, by not dispensing unreasonable punishments, the leader can maintain their own dignity.