During Opening Convocation, we challenged the staff to use their superpowers to help us realize our vision. We also shared with parents at Open House in September. Let's celebrate our successes by nominating a staff member for SuperPower Recognition this month!
Randy Ziegenfuss, Ed.D. and Lynn Fuini-Hetten
Nominate a Salisbury staff member for using his/her superpowers!
Your Name (If you prefer to remain anonymous, leave this section blank.)
Which staff member would you like us to recognize?
At which building(s) does this staff member work?
Tell us why this person should be recognized! (Share at least a few sentences that capture the staff member's SUPERPOWER!)
Which superpower(s) did this person demonstrate?
Complexity Busting - With X-ray vision, they cut through layers and layers of information to find the most important ideas.
Creative Thinking - They can see what’s not yet real. And then make it real.
Cultural Compass - They understand the organization’s DNA and has a finely tuned sense of what’s right and wrong.
Decisiveness - With confidence and speed, they break down the choices, weigh each one, and make the call.
Empathy - With antennae up, they pick up on the needs and emotions around them, even when no one is saying anything.
Energy - They’re not all play—they know when and how to focus—but there’s a lightness to everything they do and they lift up the people around them.
Evangelizing - They don’t try to sell anyone on anything. They simply tell great stories about what they love...and the next thing you know, people are lining up to have some of what they’re having.
Experimentation - They’re able to rapidly generate many ideas, zero in on the most promising ones, put them into motion, and refine along the way.
Gap Detection - They easily ferret out mistakes, sloppy thinking, logical disconnects, short-sightedness in planning, and a host of other problems a team may have but not see.
Grit - They are the quiet engine of the team—able to keep pushing themselves and the work until it is truly done.
Harmonizing - They will try to make sense of everyone on the team, then find a way to play to each person’s strengths.
Ingenuity - They mix whatever resources they have on hand with a helping of imagination and a dose of can-do optimism.
Motivation - They have many tricks in their bag—some loving, some tough—and they know exactly what will work for whom.
Negotiation - They can quickly build bonds but never let those relationships cloud their judgment.
Pattern Mapping - They are always in a mode of inquiry—asking questions, mapping similarities, chasing after the logic.
Peacemaking - They have the ability to convey loyalty to everyone while never taking sides.
Problem Solving - They’ll ask just enough questions to assess what’s going wrong and why.
Provocation - They are much more concerned with being effective than with being liked.
Recalibration - They are the eye in the center of the storm—clear, focused, in control, and unfazed by the disruptions around them.
Systems Thinking - They travel to the outer edges of a problem, then work their way back to reveal all the parts and how they connect.
Vision - They can see a future destination in vivid color.
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