OP’s Principles of Good Leadership, part 1: “I’ll show the way”
In showing the way, the key is that the team and each team member understand how their own work relates to OP Financial Group’s targets and priorities. An autonomous team can then select the targets and success indicators for its own work.
OP’s Principles of Good Leadership, part 3: “I’ll encourage learning”
To make the practices of competence development an integral part of our daily work, we need to ensure a certain environment for them. Mutual trust and psychological safety within a team form the bedrock for everything. Thanks to measures such as recurring rounds of feedback in which people are encouraged to participate, we have already evidenced some cultural change that we are seeking.
OP’s Principles of Good Leadership, part 4: “I’ll ensure results”
We can dump the old-fashioned distant management and the belief that knowledge is power. In a self-managed and autonomous operating model, these have been replaced by the team and the supervisor working together, open communication, continuous feedback, good chemistry between people and interpersonal relations.