Is employee engagement about intrinsic or
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 deals
specifically with motivation in
the context of work-life.
It consists of ten motivators that
are either intrinsic, extrinsic, or
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
- Les McKeown, “A Very Simple Reason Employee
Engagement Programs Don’t Work”
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
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