Be more risk-taking. Try new things. It's important to try, failures are just stepping stones for bigger successes.
I was asked to lead a team when I had approx 2 years of career experience. I totally blew it up. The people hated me. Then I realized, It's more important to take people along than to deliver on 'a' task. When you create ownership, people can deliver way more than what you can hope for.
When I get overwhelmed, which could be due to not learning enough, or not creating impact, I give myself some time, say 6 months and will tell myself that I will take alternate path if I don't fix this in 6 months. This takes the pressure away as I have given myself an alternative and then I can focus on fixing the current situation.
Ensuring that modern AI/ML technologies become enablers for masses and not just be used to improve advertisements and click-through rates.
Anyone who is confident and exudes 'can do' attitude! Should have a good sense of humor! I like people who raise the morale of the team in tough situations.