The way you communicate reality is often more important than reality itself in building bonds. Or breaking them.
Say you have to share a decision with your team, one that is not fully fair, one you were not involved in making, one that will not make them happy.
You can state the fact, and say there is little that can be done to change reality. You can say that “little” is something your team will have to pull off, and that the deadline for it is in one week.
Or you can still state the fact, and say you are sorry for the situation. There is still something that can be done, and you will drive the effort, coordinating the work of the different team members.
Reality has not changed between option 1 and option 2.
Relationships have though.