As a rule, the most gifted engineers, i.e. not managers, become thymlides.
The main problem - no delegation and total control. You can and should fight it, because management is a separate work.
The first ambush is "I'll do it myself and for everyone." It is treated either by self-control or by increasing the command (when it is physically impossible to "do everything for everyone").
The second ambush is total control. Timlid is responsible for his head, yes, but too much control demotivates.
Resolution: weaken control while providing feedback on each change. Then the team itself will see and decide how to be more effective.
Detailed presentation on the topic - Alexander Trofimov, Kaspersky Lab: