First of all, everybody who has practiced just once or twice a team sport could easily recognize these few typologies of coaches.From a calm one to a perfectionist, thirsty for victory, every coach is trying to help his team, to bring the victory and more than that this "master" pulls off the team accomplishing successfully even against odds.

So, the coaches are some mentors who impose for their players vision, ambition, discipline and determination. However by their vocabulary, gesture, outfit and attitude you can find four big typologies:

1 - The calm one

Have you seen hostility, conflicting goals, and unclear expectations within your teams?

These are symptoms of an unhealthy team. To avoid these harmful effects, you need be proactive about improving team performance. And even when a team is meeting its objectives, there's often room for improvement.

2 - The perfectionist

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3 - The choleric

Without caring about his outfit this one is expert in teaching his players the most wonderful game; he has the tendency to be calm at the practicements but at the game time he is totally other person: he swears to you that he will kill you if you don't play like he wants.

4 - The tactical one

Shocking you at the first sight with his amazing knowledge about that sport,with a superior language, this one very good on the board, but on the playing pitch he is pathetic; he always sustains that he participated to a lot of academical courses just to teach you that sport.

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