Believing before a result (and choosing a good result)


I’m having trouble feeling confident about myself as a leader at work. I’m a senior director so my title makes me a leader there, and I want to be a great leader. If I put ‘I am a great leader’ into the T line (which is a stretch thought right now), I’m not sure what a specific result for the R line would be. I am evaluated according to measurable core competencies and SMART goals, but those results don’t really excite me. My brain unfortunately turns to what my team thinks about me. Like I’ll only believe I’m a great leader if my team respects me or if they feel motivated and supported by me. I know I can’t control that or even use a result to create a feeling, especially a creepy and needy result. Any thoughts/models on great leadership and how to go get it? Thank you.