In the ideal situation, everyone would have a great manager - both internally and externally. In the real world, we will all have to work for someone we consider a difficult manager. Learn to thrive in these situations.
There is no simple answer to this question. Much of the advice you will get has bias attached. Start your decision making process by building your own models and making general assumptions looking into the future. Use this Excel model to start.
Set the standard. Train to the standard. Certify to the standard. Plan the work to the standard. Execute to the plan and the standard. Check against the standard. Make prioritized improvements to the standard, training, planning, and execution.
Build your career, team, project, and company faster by learning to quickly develop trust, including being able to troubleshoot problems. Trust is a very broad term and too often misunderstood. Trust is a verb much more than a noun.