Find Your Superpower Through IDEO U
Your Superpower is your contribution, the role that you’re put on this Earth to fill. It’s what you do better than anyone else.
Everyone has unique strengths – those things that come effortlessly and naturally to you. From Superpowers to Great Teams, a new online class offered by IDEO U in partnership with SYPartners, guides learners through a discovery process to identify their unique strengths—called Superpowers—and learn to amplify them.
Drawing from the archetypes and attributes of effective leaders, these superpowers range from empathy—a strong ability to understand the needs of others—to systems building—understanding all of the pieces of a process—to creative thinking, grit, and decisiveness, among others. Tapping into your superpower will not only help you to bring your best self to work, it will allow you to create the conditions for the people around you to thrive. Knowing yourself and how you relate to others is key to building strong relationships, great teams, and thriving organizations.
Recalibrators have a wellspring of calm within. They are the eye in the center of the storm—clear, focused, in control, and unfazed by the disruptions around them. When the team’s stress level is high and emotions are running especially hot, they are the ones who can bring the temperature back to normal. They can soothe and reassure teammates, and help the team get back on track.
- Just because Recalibrators don’t get emotional doesn’t mean they aren’t invested or committed to the team. Don’t mistake their dispassion for apathy.
- Recalibrators tend to approach the work in a rational, methodical manner. They may try to redirect when the work gets messy or when it’s unclear where everything is headed.
Identify your superpower, build stronger work relationships, and learn how to set the conditions for thriving, collaborative teams in our new class, From Superpowers to Great Teams.
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