Know Your Staff: Know Their Superpowers and How to Use It

You know your subject area and your projects but, to be successful, you also need to know your staff. You need to know who gets work done and how they do it so you can match their superpower with organizational needs.

It can take months or years to learn their unique skills and you don’t have that kind of time. In this interactive webinar you’ll learn four types of staff, their superpower of each and how to apply them in your organization. You’ll walk away with practical applications that will immediately enhance your productivity and relationship with your staff.


·      Learn the superpowers of your key staff.

·      Use a simple process to uncover the strengths of those you work with.

·      For each type of person, identify the best use of their skills.

·      For each type of person, consider the type of support they will need from you to be most effective.

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Shelley Row

Hi, I’m Shelley.

The founder of Blue Fjord Leaders, an Inc. Magazine top 100 leadership speaker and one of eight engineers worldwide who is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), Shelley Row, PE, CSP, is a professional engineer and former government and association executive. Her book, Think Less Live More: Lessons from a Recovering Overthinker is available for purchase on Amazon.

Row is a recognized expert in transportation programs, management, and ITS. She is widely-known within the transportation community for her leadership, vision and organizational skills as well as for her interpersonal communication and public speaking skills. Ms Row had a distinguished 29-year career, including 21 years with the U.S. Department of Transportation where she served as the Director of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office. She also served as FHWA’s Director for the Office of Transportation Operations. Additionally, Ms. Row was the Associate Executive Director for the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) and led the highway safety improvement program for the Texas Department of Transportation.