Men face stress and pressure at work; they suffer from very heavy workloads. Managers are supposed to manage other people, but they are clueless about ‘how to’. The reason is simple: many of them have never been taught how to go about it.
Perhaps you are one of them. When you experience the pressure of delivery and performance, you pass it on to your team as they are the ones executing (or at least are supposed to) the task.
The demands of handling your own responsibilities, travels, targets and those of your team often leave you with little or no time to assess team coordination or even have one-to-one talks with each of them. Such pressure does not help; if anything, it only makes things worse.