Performance Tips for "Captains"

Focus on channeling your assertiveness positively, respect your teammates' perspectives, and avoid excessive aggression. Channel your intensity and competitive spirit in a controlled manner, focusing on winning challenges and battles within the rules of the game. Learn to control your emotions to avoid unnecessary fouls, confrontations, or actions that could harm your team's chances of success.

Your behavior on and off the pitch

Captains are dominant players. You are assertive, competitive, and goal-oriented. You often exhibit leadership qualities and a very high drive to win. You tend to take charge and make quick decisions.


How to communicate with other "Captains" in your team?

  • Motivation: Captains are driven by challenges and opportunities to take charge. They want to win and achieve results. Show them respect and don't be afraid to challenge them.
  • Communication Approach: Provide challenging tasks and encourage them to lead and make decisions. Acknowledge their achievements and emphasize winning as a team goal. Allow them to take on leadership roles.

Those are famous "Captains" - Just like you!

Christianon Ronaldo

CR7 is renowned for his competitiveness, ambition, and relentless drive to succeed.

Roy Keane

Keane was known for his leadership, tenacity, and commanding presence on the field.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan - a dominant and outspoken player known for his confidence, strength, and ability to take charge of the game.

My best advice for you as the "Captain" in order to make the next step in life and career:

"Learn to communicate eye to eye, work on your personal development and focus on self-leadership. Because everyone looks up to you, so you need to act like a role-model 24/7." Lead with purpose and vision on and off the field by setting more than just goals for yourself and your team. Learn to communicate your expectations effectively, and inspire your teammates to perform at their best. Lead through your actions, work ethic, and commitment to excellence.

 - Stefan Peter, MAS in Sports Health and Leadership