Are you one?
“Looking back on my career, my favorite managers allowed me to own decisions, even if they disagreed with me. They couldn’t do this for every decision — some were just too expensive or difficult to reverse. But if they spotted an opportunity for me to own a decision, they let me run with it. This would often be preceded by spirited debate, where they challenged my assumptions and forced me to think through various outcomes. Then they gave me the space to decide and room to fail and learn (and to sometimes surprise them).“
Taken from The 25 Micro-Habits of High-Impact Managers