Use a 30/60/90-Day Action Plan for Non-Sales Job Interviews

2 Sep

Article Title: Use a 30/60/90-Day Action Plan for Non-Sales Job Interviews
Author Byline: Peggy McKee
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There’s no doubt that a 30/60/90-day plan can be critical to your job interview success. In most cases, we’re talking about sales jobs. But I often get questions from people who aren’t in sales jobs and they want to know if that kind of plan can help them, too.

The answer is absolutely YES.

A 90-day plan is critical to bring to every job interview. It works for any marketing or technical support role in medical or health care companies–not just for the sales jobs.


Watch the video and I’ll tell you:

  • How the 30/60/90-day plan demonstrates that you understand the job and can do it
  • Why the 30/60/90-day plan makes you stand out from the pack and showcases your drive and initiative
  • A hiring manager’s secret fear and why a 30/60/90-day plan makes him much more comfortable hiring you

I would never go into any job interview without a written plan outlining for the hiring manager how I would attack the job and be successful at it. It’s that important. I’ve worked with hiring managers for over 10 years now (and been one myself), and they never fail to be impressed with a candidate who can create a good, well-thought-out plan.

Want a shortcut to success? Check out the brand new 30/60/90-Day Action Plan for Non-Sales Jobs kit at Career Confidential.

Article courtesy of the Recruiting Blogswap, a content exchange service sponsored by, a leading site for college students looking for internships and recent graduates searching for entry level jobs and other career opportunities.

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