Do your team members tell you when they have a problem? Not a personal problem (good heavens, that's not for you!) but rather a performance problem. Something is blocking their performance, standing in the way, inhibiting their ability to deliver first class work.
They should let you know. You should listen.
There is no shame in sharing team problems -- they focus us on the be best opportunities for progress.
We won't solve every problem that way, but the ones that we do solve not only fix the problem but also build the relationship. As a leader, isn't that what you want?
-- doug smith