Is employee engagement about intrinsic
or extrinsic motivation? Does an author write books because she loves the writing process? Or because she loves the support and encouragement from readers? Maybe a bit of both?
The CHAMPFROGS model is influenced
by several other models of human motivation. • Two-Factor Theory, Frederick Herzberg • The Hierarchy of Needs, Abraham Maslow • Theory of Self-Determination, Edward L. Deci and Richard M. Ryan • 16 Basic Desires Theory, Steven Reiss
Don’t waste your time trying
to motivate individual workers with an employee engagement program. Most so-called employee engagement programs are misbegotten, unwieldy, ineffective rolling caravans of impractical or never-going-to-be-implemented PowerPoint presentations. - Les McKeown, “A Very Simple Reason Employee Engagement Programs Don’t Work” http://www.inc.com/les-mckeown/stop-employee- engagement-and-address-the-real-problem-.html
The goal of an organization
is to engage people for productivity. Use your time to understand how to make the organization a system that engages people.
Who Am I? – Steven
Reiss http://bit.ly/1osd01T Self-Determination Research – Ryan Deci http://bit.ly/1QVTaFC Drive – Daniel H. Pink http://bit.ly/1OBZO1G Motivation and Personality – Abraham Maslow http://bit.ly/1Rqbo49 The Motivation to Work – Frederick Herzberg http://bit.ly/1QVTqV2 Reading List
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