How a 30/60/90 plan can grab a hiring manager’s attention

Medical sales recruiter extraordinaire Peggy McKee has developed a series of videos that should be a must-watch for anyone trying to start a career as a pharmaceutical sales representive, technical sales specialist or any kind of sales position in the life sciences field.

One of Peggy’s tips for landing a sales job is that developing a 30/60/90-day business plan for your first three months on the job will get the attention of hiring managers and show them that you know what it will take to be a success in the field. By doing your homework, you’ll show them that you understand the job, understand your weaknesses — and are willing to work on them, have the ability to plan and set goals, and are willing to go above and beyond to try to close a deal.  Take a look — maybe a 30/60/90 plan can help you stand out from the crowd in interviews for non-sales roles as well.

Don’t forget to check out Peggy’s blog, too!

Posted: January 23rd, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: Behavioural interviews, Interviewing, Sales | Tags: , , , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “How a 30/60/90 plan can grab a hiring manager’s attention”

  1. 1 Peggy McKee said at 4:34 pm on January 23rd, 2009:

    Thank you for posting this video. It is my most popular video!
    I have had several people call me and tell me that they thought the 30/60/90 day plan is what got them the job!!

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