There's no doubt that many will blame the rise of campus tyrants on "reform" and the increased involvement of the business community in education. It's possible that the shift to data has made these personalities more prevalent. Regardless of the reason, the approach of these admins is a bigger part of the reason teachers leave the district than top down DISD directives.
If you are giving teachers 1s or 0s because they forget a "the" in their LO or DOL or mark down a teacher for students being out of uniform, you're doing too much. Stop it. Do less. Those things are not the important things we need to be focusing on in our classrooms. You deal with that as an admin, let the teacher focus on teaching. If they are out of uniform, how did they get in the building in the first place? You worry about that.
As a teacher, you need to believe in yourself especially when you are down on yourself because of stuff like this. That doesn't mean irrationally believing you're the best teacher in the world when kids are clearly running around not learning anything right in your eyeballs. You have to be self aware too. That said, fight the urge to get down on your self for irrelevant stuff and things that are out of your control.