IMO, the key is "leadership" versus "management." Leadership has become part of organizational titles just as management is. Leadership and management are skills.
I once told an Agile Coach, Scrum Master (really a S_Fe consultant), Sr. Technology Manager, and CTO that there was a lack of leadership. They did not understand what I meant. "We are all managers to some degree. Managing out finances, time, responsibilities, meals, etc. As professionals there needs to be a level of trust that a team can manage itself internally and ask for assistance when needed. What the team needs from you is leadership. Present the problem, support a vision, provide the resources, assist with issues, coordinate at a high level, trust the team, and enable them to perform." The 1000 yard stare continued. That was about a year into an 18 month struggle before I finally left.