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Building the Avengers

Team Building

Jill Fleming

on 9 November 2013

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Transcript of Building the Avengers

The Different Powers
Take Coulson's Quiz and Discover Yourself
Agent Coulson's Quiz categorizes four specific types of Superheroes. Knowing what type of Hero you are allows for you to assert your strengths in a team.
Each type of Hero/ Heroin have there own strengths and
weaknesses, and have their part in a team

Loyal, Prepared
Sensible, Punctual
Stable, Organized
Caring, Concrete
Enthusiastic, Peaceful
Communicative, Flexible
Spiritual, Imaginative
Compassionate, Sincere

Physical, Immediate,
Optimistic, Competitive,
Generous, Impactful
Charming, Spontaneous
Abstract, Investigative,
Logical, Perfectionist,
Calm, Inventive,
Analytical, Conceptual
By: Erin Fleming
Captain America
On your team
Expects: punctuality and order.
Keep the team organized and 'by the book'
Works hard and meets deadlines
Thorough approach to tasks
At high risk of depression and fatigue
Slowest to change or to accept change
Avoids spontaneity
Clashes with Iron Man
What do y'all think would be the best way to get the most out of the 'Captain Americas' on your team?
Add the below letters below to find your score.
The highest score is your Hero Aspect

On Your Team
Iron Man
On Your Team
Black Widow
On Your Team
Expects others to express views
Motivates and works well with others
Works to develop others' potential
Democratic, unstructured approach
Easily taken advantage of
Puts others before themselves
Clashes with Black Widow
What do y'all think would be the best way to get the most out of 'Peter Parkers' on your team?
Expects quick action
Is a natural trouble shooter
Welcomes change
Can act on a moments notice and with a flexible approach
Does not work well in routine structure
Seen as not taking life seriously
Willing to break rules
Clashes with Captain America
What do y'all think would be the best way to get the most out of 'The Tony Starks' on your team?
Expects intelligence and competence
A conceptual and independent thinker
Enjoys challenging tasks and to explore ideas
Seeks to improve systems
Assumes task relevancy
Contently "in process" of change
Clashes with Spiderman
What do y'all think would be the best way to get the most out of 'Natasha Romanoffon' your team?
Now that we know about each other...
Building the team:
It's not wise to go into any battle alone type on your side.
Utilizing a diverse team will ensure the defeat of the task before you.
example: Battling an Evil Villain
Conflict Resolution:
Don't Limit Yourself!
Erin Fleming
Understanding the differences between your superhero type of those on your team, and understanding how this could effect collaboration .
Iron Man and Captain America : freestyle vs structure
Spiderman and Black Widow: emotion vs logic
Personal Time
In order to keep your team at its fullest potential, you need to ensure that each individual Avenger visits the infirmaries frequently.
Loki is Attacking Gonzaga!
A+H+K+N+S= Iron Man B+G+I+M+T= Captain America

C+F+J+O+R= Spiderman D+E+L+P+Q= Black Widow
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