Hey guys! don't be nervous. I am confident that we will do well in the poem recitation.
I am very nervous.
Me too. There is a time limit as well. I don't think I can participate.
Be positive guys. At least we made it this far. and nervousness sometimes is good too.
Jeff and Mary,, remember how eloquently you debated and got us the glory the last time!
Leaders are always confident. They know how to inspire the team to do well.
We can't rely on our past glory! This time the challenge is writing a limerick! How do we do that?
Leaders are always positive. They know how to encourage the team.
It is easy! A limerick is a poem with 5 lines. The first, second and fifth lines rhyme with each other. The third and fourth lines rhyme with each other and have the same number of syllables.
Leaders always know the strength and weakness of their team members.
Look, I agree that it is not easy to write a limerick in a short time. However, I believe it that we can do it together. Yes, we may not get it all correct, that's ok.
The topic is hard, we need to write it on leadership!
Leaders are always patient. They don't start arguing when others oppose their ideas or opinions.
I agree. Last time, we recited what was given. This time we have to create our original one.
Leaders are always focussed. They know what to do, and are not rude.
Leaders do not fake. Their feelings are genuine.
Limerick has got so many rules...how will we write it!
Guys, I think we should listen to Ted and give it a try. If we don't win, at least we will get to know how to write a limerick!
Yeah, that is true., and we all need to recite it together.
Let's board the ship called LEADERSHIP With a captain who is fair, humble, positive and builds great relationship whom you can count on without fear a leader who is a peer The ship is bound to sail with guidance of great leadership
Yes, Ted if it was not for you, we would have given up and not even tried.
In the end, the team won the competition and learn't to always be positive.
Actually guys, I give you all the credit for not giving up and doing your best.
In the end, they won
Afterall, it was not that hard. Thanks Ted for being persistent with us.
Leaders are always with their team.
Leaders are always humble and gives credit to the teamwork.