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Use the 7P tool to profile the drives that motivate you at work: purpose, positioning, plans, power, process, people, or product. Then see how to get the satisfaction you deserve.

Table of Contents

  1. I just LOVE my job!: The 7P Way to a job you love based on who you are
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  3. I. Putting Things in Perspective
    1. 1. Your Hilltop – Your Unique World View
      1. Hilltops
      2. Where do hilltops come from?
      3. Values and beliefs
      4. The filters of the mind
      5. Finding what we want to find
      6. Broadcasting your hilltop
      7. The notion of rightness
      8. Hilltops and self-preservation
      9. Summary
    2. 2. What Drives You? Basic 7P Types
      1. Motivation or drive?
      2. The 7Ps of drive
      3. A drives profile
      4. The dynamics of drive
      5. Competing drives
      6. Satisfaction of drives
      7. The notion of types
      8. Types and predominance
      9. Spotting drives
      10. Self-development
      11. Summary
    3. 3. The Three-Level Technique, Listening and Questioning
      1. The Three-Level Technique (3LT)
      2. Level 1 – Facts
      3. Level 2 – Meaning
      4. Level 3 – Importance
      5. Using 3LT
      6. Listening
      7. Questioning
      8. Levels of questions
      9. Summary
  4. II. Drives, the 7Ps and Your Drive Profile
    1. 4. The 7Ps of Drive
    2. 5. The Product Drive
      1. Predominance of the Product Drive
      2. Work
      3. Product-driven roles
      4. The Product type
      5. Limitations
      6. Leisure interests
      7. Fitness and health
      8. Security
      9. Status
      10. Food
      11. Entertainment
      12. Negative aspects
      13. Summary
    3. 6. The People Drive
      1. Work
      2. Within organisations
      3. The People type
      4. Limitations
      5. Leisure interests
      6. Belonging
      7. Security
      8. Entertainment
      9. Negative aspects
      10. Summary
    4. 7. The Process Drive
      1. The Process type
      2. Work
      3. Limitations
      4. Leisure interests
      5. Security
      6. Age
      7. Status
      8. Humour
      9. Negative aspects
      10. Summary
    5. 8. The Power Drive
      1. The Power type
      2. Work
      3. Selling
      4. Status
      5. Management
      6. Entrepreneurs
      7. Limitations
      8. Leisure interests
      9. Acquisition
      10. Security
      11. Negative aspects
      12. Summary
    6. 9. The Plans Drive
      1. The Plans type
      2. Work
      3. Science
      4. Organising
      5. Limitations
      6. Status
      7. Security
      8. Leisure interests
      9. Negative aspects
      10. Summary
    7. 10. The Positioning Drive
      1. The Positioning type
      2. Work
      3. Market sensitivity
      4. Integration
      5. Limitations
      6. Broader work
      7. Leisure interests
      8. Security
      9. Negative aspects
      10. Summary
    8. 11. The Purpose Drive
      1. The Purpose drive
      2. The Purpose type
      3. Work
      4. Creating change
      5. Science
      6. ‘Creatives’
      7. Status
      8. Limitations
      9. Leisure interests
      10. Negative aspects
      11. Summary
  5. III. Working Toward Change
    1. 12. Developing Your Unique Drives Profile
      1. Building your drives profile
      2. A work drives profile
      3. Outside your work environment – leisure interests
      4. Developing sensitivity
      5. Taking responsibility
      6. Observing the observer
      7. The role of feedback
      8. Summary
    2. 13. Making Changes – Vision to Action
      1. Vision to Action: stages and the 7Ps
      2. Vision to Action: blocks to success
      3. Summary
    3. 14. Change Through Communication – Influencing Others
      1. Communication and change
      2. Influencing as a process with the 7Ps
      3. The difficulty of communication
      4. Summary
    4. 15. Changing Jobs and Careers
      1. What will fulfil me?
      2. What do I have to offer?
      3. Where will my needs be met?
      4. Making judgments
      5. Interviews
      6. Summary
    5. 16. Change Through Personal Development
      1. Product drive nourishment
      2. People drive nourishment
      3. Process drive nourishment
      4. Power drive nourishment
      5. Plans drive nourishment
      6. Positioning drive nourishment
      7. Purpose drive nourishment
      8. Communication with other, different hilltops
      9. Summary
  6. A. Afterword
  7. B. Quarto Consulting Notes
  8. Index
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  10. Copyright