Performance Tips for "Strategists"

Leverage your analytical skill to fine-tune your game and your team's game. Focus on being useful as a strategist on the pitch - Your coach will thank you for sure. Be mindful not to overthink situations and focus on quick, effective decision-making.  You would benefit a lot by learning to avoid getting bogged down by excessive analysis or hesitation, and maintaining a proactive and positive mindset during games and training. By improving effective communication you would be  an even more valuable member of the team.

Your behavior on and off the pitch

You are detail-oriented, analytical, and systematic in your approach. You often strive for precision but you are adaptable also. Usually you are a strong decision-maker when you have all the necessary information. You probably excel in analyzing the game, making precise passes is what you enjoy a lot, but also talking and adapting tactics based on the coaches input. 

 

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

  • Motivation: Strategists  are driven by problem-solving, precision, and mastery. They want to be well-prepared and successful. Make sure to give them all the information they need.
  • Communication Approach: Challenge them with complex tasks and provide opportunities for strategical thinking. Acknowledge their attention to detail and preparation. Encourage them to adapt their strategies.


Those are famous "Strategists" - Just like you!

 
Lionel Messi
 

He is known for his meticulous approach to the game, exceptional skill set, and consistency in delivering top performances.

 
Toni Kroos
 

Toni is widely recognized for his exceptional passing ability, vision, and tactical intelligence on the field.


Manuel Neuer

A goalkeeper known for his focus, discipline, and attention to detail, consistently delivering top-level performances and leading his defense effectively.

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

"Learn  ways and proven coaching techniques to let go  and stop your mind from overthinking, because this is what can also block your performance extremely"

 - Stefan Peter, MAS in Sports Health and Leadership