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THOR

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Transcript of THOR

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
HEROES
&
VILLAINS

THOR
Where:
Asgard
What makes him a leader
Followers:
- Warriors Three
Leadership Style
Leadership Style
Autocratic
What makes him a leader
Followers:
Chitauri
LOKI
Where:
Asgard
When:
The past
Why:
- Son of Odin
Leadership traits:
- Rash
COMPARE & CONTRAST
When:
The past
Why:
- Son of Laufey
- Jealous of Thor
- Second in line for the throne
- Next in line for the throne
- Lady Sif
- Loki (ex-follower)
- Humble
Leadership traits:
- Intelligent
- Mischievous
- Merciless
- Manipulative
He has to be intelligent to overcome his handicap of being physically weak among the Asgardians.
He is mischievous because he is the God of Mischief and is naturally mischievous.
He killed his own father to gain trust from Odin and to prove to Odin his worthiness.
He sent the Destroyer to kill his brother, Thor.
In 'Avengers', he planned to unleash The Hulk on the Helicarrier to cause chaos among the Avengers.
- Risk-taker
He commands people to do as he tells them to.
He wants things done his way.
Acts in a "command-and-control" fashion
Charismatic leadership
He motivates his followers to do their best.
He creates a sense of commitment among his followers.
He is impulsive when making decisions.
- Earned the trust of Asgardians
In the beginning, Thor was arrogant. But after being cast out of Asgard by Odin, he became humble.
He doesn't boast after saving Earth and the human race.
He risked his life for humans.
He destroyed the Bifrost bridge (rainbow bridge that connects the whole universe) which meant he wouldn't be able to go back to Earth and see the girl he loves.
He decided to fight the Frost Giants, without his father's permission, for interrupting his ascend to the throne of Asgard as king.
They're both headstrong
Was born to be a leader
Was adopted by Odin
Followers are committed
Both are Gods
Followers are not fully committed
"command-and-control"
Teamwork
Individualism
Collectivism
He asked Odin to save Thor and his teammates from the Frost Giants, knowing that it would get Thor into trouble.
He tricked Thor into fighting the Frost Giants which led Thor to banishment of Asgard by Odin.
Friends of Thor.
A group of god warriors of Asgard.
Childhood friend of Thor.
Asgardian Goddess of War.
Adopted brother of Thor.
Became an ex-follower after betraying Thor.
A powerful, technologically-advanced race of extraterrestrial cyborg-like creatures.
Granted to be his army by Thanos, an extraterrestrial warlord, to conquer Earth.
Caring
Selfish
Loki
Thor
Sources
http://marvel-movies.wikia.com/wiki/Thor_(film)
http://marvel-movies.wikia.com/wiki/Loki_Laufeyson
http://marvel-movies.wikia.com/wiki/Chitauri
http://marvel-movies.wikia.com/wiki/Sif
http://marvel-movies.wikia.com/wiki/Warriors_Three
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