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Gotta Lead'em All: Pokemon and Leadership
Transcript of Gotta Lead'em All: Pokemon and Leadership
Gotta Lead'Em All
Pokemon and Leadership
What kind of Pokemon are you?
-Easily Stressed when things go off the plan
- Long Term Plans
- Being Corrected
- Quick Tempered
-Living in the Moment
-Being told what to do
- Talking things out
- Group Hugs
- Resistance to Change
- Working Alone
- Learning New Things
- “Small Talk”
- “Order for the Sake of Order”
Like Pokemon, student leaders have different TYPES
Adapting TRUE COLORS to Pokemon
Which fits you the best?
Sticking with one type won't get you very far
The best teams utilize a variety of types
Some Leaders, like Pokemon, just have a natural talent and can lead on their own right away.
Other Leaders need to be trained before they can lead well.
Sometimes, it may take a lot of training, but the results can make some of the best leaders imaginable.
The Power of Teamwork
To Be a Master
Brings out the best in others
Overconfident at times
Resistant to constructive criticism
The Journey and Destination
Not All Leaders Are The Same
Ash's mission is simple: "I want to be the best"
Over the course of his journeys, many short-term goals arise:
To defeat Team Rocket
To defeat all the Gym Leaders
To capture as many Pokemon as possible
Train Pokemon to be powerful
Make new friends
Short-Term Goals help get us closer to our overall goal
What is your overall goal?
What steps are needed make that a reality?
Every good leader has weaknesses that they must face from time to time.
Often, these weaknesses will challenge a leader and test them.
Keeping a open mind to the skills/knowledge/values of others
The Elite Four
“A great leader's courage to fulfill his vision comes from passion, not position.”
“A good leader inspires people to have confidence in the leader, a great leader inspires people to have confidence in themselves”
“Leaders are made, they are not born. They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile.”
Often, a leader will face a situations that where they must overcome advesity.
When these situations are overcome, the leader betters themselves and the community around them.
“The future starts today, not tomorrow. ”
All leaders eventually will have to prove themselves.
This final challenge is what separates the proverbial boys from the men.
If sucessful, the leader will have gained experience and proven themselves among their peers.
Starting Your Journey
Before you set off on your goals, you need to have a good grasp of who you are and what are the things you want.
What are your threats?
How will you overcome them?
How to win at Pokemon
Assemble a team of Pokemon with diverse types so as to counter any type weaknesses.
Teach each Pokemon a moveset that compliments the other member of the team
Train each Pokemon in a way that maximizes their strengths
Keep in mind the special abilities of your Pokemon and use them to your advantage
Move First and set up Stealth Rock
+Defense +Special Defense
Set up Toxic Spikes
Use Rapid Spin to remove obstacles
Black Sludge item to heal and stall
+Defense +Special Defense
Set up Spikes
Use whirlwind to force opponent to switch
Roost to heal and stall
Dragon Tail forces opponent to switch
Overall offensive powerhouse
+Special Attack +Speed
Magic Bounce protects from certain non-damaging moves
Generally good Special Attack offensive Pokemon
+HP + Special Defense
Soft-Boiled to heal and stall
Aromatherapy to heal entire team
Planning out your Journey
Pick a long-term goal for yourself, it can be a big as you want
Plot our 8 steps (badges) that will mark progress to your goal