By SARAH LIM
The latest Captain America movie leaves viewers with a sense of gloom foreboding for the events to come. Why? The civil war that occurs between the major characters of the Avengers ultimately splits the team apart.
In this series of Raise Your Game, Roshan Thiran from Leaderonomics speaks about the importance of suffering and how such unpleasant but enriching experience helps one become a better leader in the long-term.
By ELISA DASS AVIN
Nick Fury formed a strong team of superheroes with Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye. Let’s focus on the alignment of talent and motives of some of these heroes and how we can approach it.
By LILY CHEAH
Warning: This article contains spoilers for seasons one and two of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Avengers: Age of Ultron. But if you insist, read on to learn from the leadership of Phil Coulson.
By DINESHSETHU RAMACHANDRAN
There are only two Avenger members who aren't “superheroes” in the actual sense, and they're Natasha Romanoff (Black Widow) and Clint Barton (Hawkeye). One would question why these mortals are in the team in the first place.
By ROSHAN THIRAN
If you haven't noticed, almost every superhero in the Marvel universe went through some form of trauma and suffering before morphing into a mighty being. What is the significance of pain before gain?
By ADRIAN YAP CHENG KHIN
It would almost be cliché to use The Avengers as the basis of a simple study on team dynamics that make an effective team. Let's add in some fun by shining the spotlight on robot baddie Ultron instead.