The Science Behind SuperBeings

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The Science Behind SuperBeings

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Introduction To the Science Guide


There is no business without people. Every organization in the world is run by people, for people, with people. Therefore, scaling up a business almost always boils down to optimizing its human resources for maximum impact.

At SuperBeings, we have been driven by the idea of maximizing human potential at work and understanding the role motivation plays in it. Our product research revolves primarily around two questions –

1) What internal and external factors drive employee performance at work

2) How business leaders can leverage on the understanding of workplace motivation to build a culture of continuous high performance and long-term organizational commitment

After going through decades of research and consulting motivation experts from all over the world, we have developed SuperBeings, a tool that breaks down the complexity of workplace motivation into actionable strategies to drive individual and team performance.

Based on our findings, in this guide, we will discuss how different drivers of motivation – namely: nature of goals, relationship with manager, individual personality and overall work culture – influences how an employee behaves within an organization.

We will also cover the scientific ways how organizations can optimize job roles, adapt leadership orientation and develop company culture where employees can thrive.

And finally, we will talk about how SuperBeings brings all of these together to help companies scale up at ease with an army of motivated super-performers.

But before we move forward, let’s understand the mechanism of human behavior first.

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