Strategic Areas of Leadership

Collaboration for team strength

"Doing things together"

The tactics of collaboration include teamwork, close coordination within the team, bonding the team, committing to common goals, cultivating interpersonal relationships, counselling team members and recognising and promoting the strengths of each individual member.

The "Collaboration" strategy field comprises the roles of moderator, facilitator and mentor.

As a facilitator, you promote openness, a goal-orientated feedback culture and constructive discussions. You combine the team members' assessments to create a coherent path to the goal.

As an empathizer, you look after the needs of your players. You address each player individually and bring them together as a team.

As a mentor, you support the players in their professional and personal development. You act as a sparring partner for them in conflicts and important decisions.

Creativity for new solutions

"Doing things first"

Creativity tactics include picking up on new ideas, observing current developments, evaluating and integrating changes and developing and communicating a compelling vision.

The "Creativity" strategy field encompasses the roles of innovator, stimulator and motivator.

As an innovator, you integrate new working methods, develop creative ideas and make innovations usable for the team. You inspire your team members to try out new things.

As a stimulator, you encourage your team members to develop creative ideas and innovations, promote the discovery of new solution strategies and actively support their implementation.

As a motivator, you encourage your players to exceed the expectations placed on them. You focus on the strengths and resources of your players.

Control for discipline and development

"Doing things right"

Control and steering tactics include precision and technical work, disciplined performance development and improvement, observation of strengths and weaknesses as well as setting rules, structuring the framework for action, specifying guidelines, controlling processes and monitoring compliance with rules.

The "Control" strategy area comprises the roles of coordinator, observer and rule-maker.

As a coordinator, you ensure organised work units with precise instructions. In this way, you ensure a continuous increase in performance.

As a monitor, you consciously focus on the behaviour, development potential and progress of individual players. You always keep an eye on how you can promote optimal teamwork.

As a regulator, you actively demand that the players adhere to the rules, focus on their performance in a disciplined manner and contribute to the team's performance.

Competition for success

"Doings things decisively"

Progress-oriented tactics include acting quickly, making strong decisions, setting ambitious goals, driving the team, visibly taking responsibility, levelling paths and focusing on success.

The "Competition" strategy field encompasses the roles of doer, competitor and driver.

As a producer, you lead by example with full commitment. You convey to your players that your ambitious goals are achievable through hard work.

As a competitor, you pursue ambitious goals with your team. You put a lot of energy into instilling a winning mentality in your players.

As a driver, you make sure that your team doesn't let up, overcomes challenges and keeps up the pace.

Research calls the ability to motivate others to perform at their best in every role and situation charismatic visionary leadership..

What does this type of leadership actually mean?

When you lead charismatically, you can inspire your team. You motivate them to get the best out of themselves.

You control this type of charismatic communication strength through your approach, your demeanour and your values and attitude.

You transfer your passion to the team with a strong speech. You inspire your players with colourful and vibrant language for the shared vision and thus create trust among each other.

You convince your players with your appearance. You use your voice, facial expressions and gestures in a targeted and effective way to reach your team emotionally and convey a sense of ease under pressure.

You make it clear to everyone what you stand for as a coach and embody these values in every situation. You give the team stability and unite them under common values.