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Leads members' best interest

Sunsuper leaders demonstrate the utmost integrity and prudence in acting in our members’ best financial interest.

Sunsuper Leaders…

tick  Believe passionately in Sunsuper’s Vision, Purpose and Values, and always act in our members’ best interests.
 
tick  Consider the impact of decisions on all stakeholders over the short, and long term and put the interest of Sunsuper members first.
 
tick  Ask not only “can we?” but “should we?” when making decisions.
 
tick  Show good judgement in their decisions when faced with competing needs or paradox.
 
tick  Foster a healthy risk culture. They proactively identify and manage risk, make sustainable decisions by considering risks and compliance with the law and lead others to do the same.
 
tick  Role model unquestionable ethics and integrity - always.

Behavioural Examples

The purpose of these examples is to provide additional guidance around how these expectations may be displayed.

They are not designed to be an exhaustive list and will continue to evolve over time.

Sunsuper Leaders

Believe passionately in Sunsuper’s Vision, Purpose and Values, and always act in our members’ best interests.
 
Advocate and reinforce the Vision and Purpose, and Values.
Role model and talk to the Sunsuper Values.
Consider our members’ perspective and the impact on our collective membership base when making decisions.
Openly challenge and ask if the decisions we make and actions we display are in our members best interests.
 
Consider the impact of decisions on all stakeholders over the short and long term and put the interest of Sunsuper members first.
 
Always assesses the impact on members over the short and long term when making decisions and puts the interests of members first.
Seeks information around how decisions may impact on stakeholders in the short and long term and considers this when making decisions.
Leaders coach their teams to consider short and long-term member impact in their work.
 
Ask not only “can we?” but “should we?” when making decisions.
 
Both ethical considerations and business feasibility are considered when making decisions.
Applies rationale and logic that shows both business feasibility and ethical considerations have been evaluated / assessed.
Challenges others with the questions of “should we?”.
 
Show good judgment in their decisions when faced with competing needs or paradox.
 
Consolidates and assimilates diverse and competing information and uses this information to support decision making.
Exercises good judgement in decision making by considering all information and balancing this with competing needs.
 
Foster a healthy risk culture. They proactively identify and manage risk, make sustainable decisions by considering risks and compliance with the law and lead others to do the same.
 
Role-models behaviours that support a healthy risk culture (e.g. complies with key policies, reports incidents and breaches, etc).
Proactively and openly addresses risk concerns.
See everything through the lens of risk and proactively identifies and manages risk.
Understands relevant legislation and complies with the law and leads others to do the same.
Understands the risk concerns in our environment and seeks out advice in relation to risks
Reports risk concerns or issues and shares risk learnings with others.
 
Role model unquestionable ethics and integrity – always
 
Is honest.
Does the right thing and uses sound judgement in decision making.