Some teams that apply pressure from the top may yield quick results, but those results won't last long. A softer approach, while taking a bit longer, allows the players to feel that they've become stronger as their match results gradually improve.There are various types of players in a team and each team has its own unique characteristics. When I join a new team as a coach, the characteristics don't necessarily match my own immediately.
Trying to change the team's characteristics forcibly wouldn't necessarily work; what's important is to carefully consider how to influence and change the behavior of the players who are already there. As players start to sense they're growing, the team becomes stronger. We need to deal with each player based on his individual strengths and weaknesses.