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Keys to having strong teams
Thu, 02/15/2024 - 08:00

Ignacio Gonel

Ifgnacio Gonel Mago endomarketing
Ignacio Gonel

Fundador de Mago, agencia de endomarketing

Some of the keys for organizations to achieve their organizational goals lie in having strong and solid teams because in today's fast-paced business world, the connection between people is more important than ever.

When you build a strong internal narrative, you create a committed workforce that not only understands the mission of their company but lives it and shares it with the world! For this, it is key to get employees excited about the brand and become ambassadors for it.

This level of commitment will be reflected not only in productivity and quality of work, but also in creativity and innovation, as teams feel empowered to contribute new ideas and solutions, further strengthening the organizational culture and thus contributing to business success.

Much of the magic in an organization is based on effective communication. It's not about sending messages all the time; it's about delivering them in a way that resonates in the heart of each team member and with a logic based on a strategy and for this, there are different ways to achieve it. From creative campaigns to personalized actions, but the important thing is to understand that all organizations are different and although the forms may vary, the goal is one: to unite and align teams through a purpose and sense of belonging.

Innovation and creativity are the magic wand that drives growth. Today, the bombardment that people receive on their social networks, should drive us to think of unconventional ideas and aim for fresh and creative ways that awaken the magic in every corner of the company. An inspired team is an innovative team, which not only seeks solutions, but redefines problems and takes into account the diversity of perspectives and approaches that may exist.

Therefore, incorporating a mindset of change and continuous learning in the company culture is essential. This implies not only communicating the current vision, but also being prepared to adjust and modify that narrative as new opportunities or challenges arise.

It is also fundamental to enhance a positive work environment, as it translates into productivity and talent retention. Results are not everything, hence the importance of caring for the well-being of the team along with a sense of belonging, in addition to creating a positive and collaborative work environment.

The above is reflected in the figures. Currently, employees connected with the culture are 68% less prone to burnout or work exhaustion, 3.7 times more committed to their work and can even improve their performance by up to 56%. In addition, they are 55% less willing to actively look for another job.

Also, seeking tangible results in each internal action is a good instance to measure business metrics. Many organizations believe that human resources actions and internal communication are not relevant when reviewing results, but it has been shown that relevant actions could increase team productivity.

In short, fostering an internal narrative that embraces flexibility and adaptability not only inspires, but also strengthens the resilience of a company that is capable of adapting to the inevitable changes that arise on the path to success.

Implementing these points internally helps to enhance, align and achieve the organization's goals, along with strategically established objectives, where the expected results are described to guide the efforts of the employees.