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Superheroes at Work, Do You Have Them in Your Organization?

admin December 15, 2015

Who are the workplace heroes, who are the dead people at work? Team leaders in your organization are required to categorize their members well and know how to deal with the zombie attack and boost engagement and productivity.

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In a study on 2,500 organizations in 90 countries, carried out by Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends, only 13% of workers around the world are actively engaged at work. In addition, over twice that number are so disengaged; they are likely to spread negativity virus to others. That is a rather scary statistics!

As the working dead  give poor customer service, lower profits, scare away potential customers, infect the staff around them, cause high cost of low engagement, the leaders of teams need to know whether their employees a superhero or zombies at workplace and find out superhero ways to deal with zombies and boost employee engagement and productivity. Before letting you in on the secrets to workplace protection from the working dead, I will help you spot the superheroes and zombies as well. Be aware, you may have dead people at work.

Workplace superheroes




We are living in highly competitive times. That is why your organization may face the increase in employee attrition owing to more employment options, the spread of big entrepreneurial dreams and a flighty millennial talent pool. Still, you want only the best performers to work with you.

Therefore, the best way is to define and retain your top performers. Below are the traits of workplace superheroes to look out for in your workers. Once you zero out those superheroes, don’t forget to motivate them!

When thinking of a superhero, people often think of capes and superhuman powers. However, by definition, it also means an exceptionally skillful or successful person. The workplace superheroes may not go to work putting on a cape. Nevertheless, they are up against changes and challenges every single day. They are battling the rivals, project timelines and all sorts of obstacles. Especially, they are:

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1. Cultural fit




Research shows that 85% of managers want candidates with the right attitude (cultural fit). Therefore, the super-performer takes in quickly with your corporate culture, and thereby ensuring smooth continuity in business.

2. King in feedback

Your top-employees don’t shy away from asking for feedbacks. If constructive feedback is given, then they will try more for improvement.

3. Adaptive and flexible persons

They are flexible and can easily understand the needs of their fellow workers and . That means, by being more accommodating than the rest, your employees can sort out the workplace issues.

4. Team players




They are good at working in a group to complete tasks, from planning to execution.

5. Stress busters

Research reveals that 90% of top performers possess strong stress-management skills. So your ideal employees have an even temperament, which means fewer emotional dramas at the workplace.

6. Organizers

They are in good shape to make the most out of meetings. This, in turn, raises effectiveness and helps save time. Organization is an important trait, as a study claims that workers operate at just over 55% effectiveness because they aren’t able to manage their time properly.

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7. Savers

They are able to save costs for their team, and spend money only when necessary.

8. Tech-geeks




They understand and stay current about the latest technology so that the know-how can make work easier for them and their team.

9. Students for life

They always place training and development high in the agenda. That’s because they understand that is organizational learning measures contribute to greater productivity.

10. Accountable persons

They realize that they need to be completely accountable for their work and take the blame for any mistakes they commit.

11. Intelligent leaders




This seems like a very basic qualification to have, but a good combination of management capabilities and smarts is very helpful for molding the perfect employee.

12. Detail oriented persons

They pay attention to details, making their work as accomplished as possible.

13. Thorough professionals

They are always true to their words, avoid skiving off work and are a thorough professional. Honest employees make dependable employees.

14. Masters at communication

They are masters at communication. They use relaxed and non-threating body languages or verbal communication. This ensures that there would be no room for misunderstandings and conflicts.

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