Vettori, 28, will lead the Black Caps at next month's inaugural global Twenty20 tournament in South Africa.
"I wouldn't really know," the left-arm spinner said of his approach to captaincy.
"But I'm a bowler and that will no doubt have an influence."
Vettori has succeeded Stephen Fleming as New Zealand's limited-overs skipper. Fleming, who had been ODI captain for 10 years and remains in charge of the Test team, was not selected in the Twenty20 World Championship squad.
"To have a team under your guidance makes a huge difference," added Vettori.
"You get to do things your way, but it is daunting."
On the unique challenges of the Twenty20 format, he added: "You still have to remain aggressive.
"Spin bowlers look to take wickets most of the time, and I think bowlers who stay aggressive will be more successful."
The Twenty20 World Championship takes place in South Africa between September 11-24. New Zealand are drawn in Group C alongside Kenya and Sri Lanka.
Meanwhile, Richard Hadlee, Dion Nash and Glenn Turner have been re-appointed as New Zealand's national selectors.
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