1st Edition

Mapping Motivation for Engagement

By James Sale, Steve Jones Copyright 2019
    204 Pages
    by Routledge

    204 Pages 80 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    Employee engagement is undeniably a crucial focus point for organisations in the twenty-first century, with motivation comprising the often missing, but vital, component of the developmental mix. Mapping Motivation for Engagement advocates a new paradigm for the twenty-first century: away from hierarchies and command-and-control management styles, towards a bottom-up approach in which the needs and motivators of the employees take centre stage.

    Co-written with Steve Jones, this is the third in a series of books that are all linked to the author James Sale’s Motivational Map diagnostic tool. Each book builds on a different aspect of personal, team and organisational development. This book is a practical guide to the complexities of understanding and dealing with engagement in modern organisational life. Along with clear diagrams, reflective points, activities and a comprehensive index, the book provides free access to the online Motivational Map tool to facilitate a greater understanding of the contents. Drawing on copious amounts of the latest research, as well as models like the Macleod Report for the UK government, this book shows how Mapping Motivation can play a significant and crucial role in making engagement a reality, instead of a dream.

    Mapping Motivation for Engagement is a stimulating and thought-provoking read for a wide audience including, but not limited to, trainers and coaches working in management and motivation, experts in human resources, internal learning and development and organisational development as well as change and engagement consultants and specialists.

    Introduction to Motivational Maps

    Summary of Motivational Maps: What You Need to Know in a Nutshell!

    Chapter 1 Barriers to Engagement and Productivity

    Chapter 2 Understanding the MacLeod Report, Four Engagement Enablers and Motivational Mapping                                                                                             

    Chapter 3 Motivation, Communication and Relationships                   

    Chapter 4 Motivation and finding the Employee Voice

    Chapter 5 Engaging Managers, Motivation, Skills and Recruitment                                                                                                         

    Chapter 6 Engaging Managers, Values, 360-Motivation Feedback, Rewards                                                                                                       

    Chapter 7 Motivational Organisational Maps and Strategic Narrative

    Chapter 8 Employee Engagement, Integrity and Change

    Chapter 9 Three Case Studies: FGH, Inspire Professional Services, Aish Technologies




    James Sale is the Creative Director of Motivational Maps Ltd, a training company which he co-founded in 2006, and the creator of the Motivational Maps online diagnostic tool used by over 400 consultants across 14 countries.

    Steve Jones is MD of Skills for Business Training Ltd and as a result of over 20 years’ experience in management and business, was invited in 2010 to serve on the Government Task Force Team looking at employee engagement, Engage for Success, which he also co-chaired for a while.