Trust by default
Autonomy. Learning not failing. Assume best intentions. Great responsibility = great power.
You’re going to get more trust than you’re used to, and we expect that you also have trust for your coworkers - assume they have best intentions. In many cases, this idea of trusting by default means that we want you to own things. This means that you might get less feedback than you’re used to, but in the absence of confirmation, you should go for it.
You're going to mess up. It's going to happen. We’re okay with that. You’re going to have to be okay with it as well. You won’t have everything planned out for you, or a playbook you can rely on, but by default… we're going to trust you to do the right thing.