Superpower Summary

It’s been a bit since we finished the detailed discussion of each superpower. Hopefully these attributes of R-Leadership have given you something to think about but more importantly, it would be great if you see yourself in them.

For those short on time, here is a TL:DR (too long: didn’t read).

R espectfully provoking to develop future leaders

E ngaging creatively to advance new ideas

C onsistently committed to growth

O penly communicating with all people

N ormalizing workplace joy

N iche-building for innovation

O bserving and reporting from the basement to balcony view

I ntuiting needs for organizational advantage

T ranslating practice to process for shared knowledge and understanding

E nergizing teams through corporate social justice

R egularly reviewing and renewing useful practices

It’s important to remember that each of these attributes must be developed — while a leader may exhibit or live by them organically, the depth and breadth of being able to action them all is always a work in progress, something all leaders need to study and interrogate regularly.

Go and grow!

Published by AR Neal

Dr. Andree L. Koehler (Robinson-Neal) got bit by the writing bug in the 1970s and despite a career in education has never been cured of her penchant for speculative fiction. You can sometimes find her at, where she writes under the name AR Neal, who will hopefully be discovered and have a bunch of her work republished in multiple languages and turned into stage and screenplays. She also writes under the pen name Hou-Rhyder. Find those words at She is a practitioner and the developer of Reconnoiter Leadership. Learn more at

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