Suppose everything below is defined over $k=\overline{\mathbb{F}}_q$.

Let $H$ be a connected algebraic group acting on a separated variety $Y$. Denote the morphism $H\times Y\rightarrow H\times Y; (h,y)\mapsto (h,hy)$ by $f$, and denote by $\pi$ the left projection of $H\times Y$ to $H$. By applying proper base change to the Cartesian diagram \begin{equation*} \require{AMScd} \begin{CD} H\times Y @>>> Y\\ @V \pi V V @VV V\\ H @>>> \mathrm{Spec} (k) \end{CD} \end{equation*} we see $R^i\pi_!\mathbb{Z}/n$ is the constant sheaf $H^i_c(Y,\mathbb{Z}/n)$ on $H$.

In the argument of Proposition 6.4 of Deligne--Lusztig's seminal paper, they assert that $f$ gives an endomorphism on this constant sheaf, in the way that at each stalk at $h$ the endomorphism at $H^i_c(Y,\mathbb{Z}/n)_h=H^i_c(Y,\mathbb{Z}/n)$ is given by the induced map of $h$.

I understand that at each stalk at $h$, there is an induced action of $h$ on the cohomology group, but why they constitute a sheaf endomorphism?