I’ve seen many leaders (or, said better, people in leadership positions but not necessarily leaders) bully, bluster and bloviate. When met with respectful dissent that was well-reasoned, practical, factual and presented diplomatically, they’d wield their title as a cudgel to beat-down lower-level employees who were simply trying to build a life and career
These types of “leaders” were always certain but seldom right.
Leaders lead by listening, engaging, processing, being wise. They’re humble, know their shortcomings, are open to feedback and criticism. They use their positions wisely and not as a weapon.
As you progress in your career, grow into the type of leader people follow because of your character and skills and style, and not because of fear of your title.