Regularly, the first thing that comes into our mind when we think of a superhero is, someone with a cape, who has superpowers like flying, being invisible, turning from nothing into fire or someone with a supernatural strength. However, going deeper into the definition of a superhero, we found that it is a fictional character who has superhuman powers or exceptional talents.
Now, what if, we base on this definition and then say that each of us has “supernatural” abilities? For example, some people are great listeners, or have an incredible ability to relate to other people. While others are born with the gift of technology being able to create codes and logarithms never seen before. Then does that makes us superheroes?
At Indeed, we like to see our team as a “Superhero League”
We may not be wearing capes to work, but we definitely face daily extraordinary missions which aim to make this world a better place. At Indeed, we like to see our team as a “Superhero League”. So, we combined unique manpower to identify the following superpowers within our squad:
The superpower of being able to visualize our future even 50 years ahead from our time.
These people have the superpower to predict the future just by closing their eyes and translating their futuristic ideas into millions of post- its. Sometimes it is difficult to understand their visions, however, they are capable of developing those concepts that at first sound quite surreal which however over the years become a basic part of our daily business.
Limitless power to get things solved
They are known for being the most persevering, patient, dedicated and organized. They seemingly have a limitless power to get things solved. Without them the team simply wouldn’t work, as they take so much care of the details that make everything around them run flawlessly.
Supernatural ability of bringing innovative and visionary concepts to life
They are known for being unhuman in terms of engineering. They have a supernatural analytical ability of seeing patterns nobody else can see and in building things from scratch. Through the trial and error method. This super powerful group is able to bring those innovative and visionary concepts to life.
Mr. & Mrs. Sunshine:
Superpower of combating daily frustrations
No matter what happens, this group of people are distinguished by their mere force of optimism. They are those who feed the team daily with their positive feedback, motivating them to do their best. They are fundamental in a team, since their active power attitude helps to combat daily frustrations.
Superpower of successfully pursuing client needs.
They own the gift of meticulousness and discipline. They are obsessed on doing lists, mood boards, timetables and schedules. Their eye is always fixed on delivering flawlessly. By the same, they make no mistake, they are the ones who have the superpower to make projects always meet the needs of our clients.
Superpower to speak the language they need
This talented group of people has the gift of switching from one language to another without breaking a sweat. There is no limit for them… no matter where in the world they are, they have the superpower to speak the language they need. In fact, we can say that within the company we speak about 12 different languages. From German to Chinese… you name it!
Enormous knowledge of trends
These people are always one step ahead. They are those who are up to date with the latest technological trends and know those “hot releases” that will be coming in the following years. They are characterized for not losing focus on the momentum.
Superpower of seeing an opportunity where others don’t.
They own the superpower of seeing an opportunity where others don’t. They tend to invent something new, something people didn’t know they wanted, but once they came up with the idea, you question yourself asking how you could ever live without it.
We are no longer hard workers, but a super powerful team full of extraordinary abilities
These are just a few of the superpowers we proudly have at INDEED, however, we like to think that when people work from their superpower, they are empowered and inspired. Engaging and motivating co-workers. All of sudden, we are no longer white-collar workers, but a league of superheroes which team up to hopefully make a difference in our society.
Isabel Calzada Zubiría