The importance of the belonging sense for your organization

Being the primary ambassadors of an organization is not an easy task. Make your employees feel part of the company by following our ten recommendations:

Have a friendly work environment to generate more significant professional development and productivity.

Set a good example and be a reference for your collaborators in thinking and expressing yourself about the company; in this way, your subordinates will become loyal until they generate a real sense of belonging.

If the organization’s philosophy does not apply to all, then the appropriate corrections and changes must be made to achieve it. For this to work, as in other countries, it must be tropicalized for better acceptance in Mexico.

Delimit the functions of a position; in this way, your human capital will know what they are supposed to do and will be clear about their role in the organization. These are the bases for the appropriation of identity.

This process does not happen overnight; however, when your partners feel part of the organization, they will increase some functions such as efficiency and effectiveness, turnaround times, and lower attrition.

Carry out team activities and dynamics to get to know each other beyond the professional sphere and generate affection bonds.

Avoid rumors, gossip, and misunderstandings that can generate fights in the team. If this happens, look for a way to solve it without damaging any part of the team. If the situation was complicated, leave the case in the hands of the Human Resources area.

Include in your monthly dynamics to celebrate birthdays, relaxation moments to clear the mind for at least ten minutes of the day’s work.

Know the company’s activities, general functions, and what it does. They can then share this information with people outside.
Generating a sense of belonging will also make an employee a happier person with a desire to work; this will reflect their effort in their daily work through their deliverables and their teamwork and interaction with the rest of the team.