If Iron Man tried to shoot spiderwebs out of his wrists he would look foolish. If Spiderman tried to fly around the world he’d hurt himself. And if Batman tried to change in a phone booth, he’d probably be discovered.
I love the concept of a super power. It’s what makes us special. It’s what makes us uniquely powerful. Discovering your super power takes incredible self-awareness and help from those you work most closely with. This process can’t be done on your own, it requires learning that the things that come naturally to you are incredibly difficult (if not impossible) for others. Born in isolation, Wolverine would probably assume that everyone has retractable claws.
Capitalizing on your super power takes incredible continued practice. People change, situations change, and it takes conscious focus to make sure we are each lining up our annual, quarterly, and daily objectives with our super powers.
The process of becoming a better leader revolves around finding your own style, your own voice. This is almost always learned by emulating those we watch around us. It’s fine to experiment with lots of different super powers but the sooner you recognize and start to cultivate your own, the more powerful you’ll become.