MedReps has released its list of the best medical sales companies to work for in 2017!
This is an awesome survey based on the recent votes of medical sales reps. You’ll see which companies are considered great to work for and why they think so.
In addition to overall winners for 2017, MedReps breaks it down into:
What do you think?
Do you agree with the results?
Are any of these companies on your target list of employers to get a medical sales role with this year?
Sometimes, when I tell job seekers to bring a 30-60-90 day plan to their first interview, they don’t agree with me. They say things like:
- “Isn’t that a little presumptuous?”
- “How could I possibly know what to put in a plan this early?”
- “Don’t I need to save that to wow them in my second interview?”
Here’s what I say:
- It isn’t presumptuous…you need to be competitive and stand out.
- You have to do some research–but the result is a better, stronger interview.
- You may not make it to the second interview if you don’t show your best self in the first one.
Jim’s story is a great example of this:
I just wanted you to know that yesterday I had a very competitive interview. I completed my 30-60-90 Day Plan and brought it with me.
- I was the only candidate who brought a plan
- The company typically asks their final candidates to provide their plan AFTER the interviews, to see how quick they can provide them with this data and to see how well organized they are in their approach.
- By bringing my plan to the interview, I was the one who received the offer 24 hours later.
Thanks, this was a game changer!
There is no doubt…you MUST bring a 30 60 90 day plan to your first interview.
You need to get the offer!
Find out more about 30-60-90-day plans and get your own plan template and coaching today:
Best of luck!
Have you heard of 30-60-90 Day Plans? Simply put, this kind of plan is an outline of what action steps you plan to take in the first 3 months of your new job. You research and create it before you go to the interview. During the interview, you talk over your plan with the interviewer / hiring manager.
(See more details about what a 30-60-90-day plan looks like.)
In this post, I’m going to show you 7 reasons you absolutely need to bring your own 30-60-90-day plan to your very next job interview. In fact, my best advice to you is: never go to another interview without one.
When I first mention these plans to job seekers, I say, “Take a plan to your first interview.” You don’t want to take a chance with getting cut from consideration, so bring you’re ‘A’ game from the beginning. The job seeker typically responds with, “How can I make a plan if I don’t know what the job is or if I haven’t worked at that company?”
The answer is, “You have to do some research.” Look up information about the job and the company. Ask your network for help, too. Then put on your critical thinking cap and imagine yourself doing this job. What will you need to do in order to make sure you’re successful?
Let’s look at why this is so important and then how to make it easier.
A 30-60-90-Day Sales Plan is the most important tool or document you can bring to any sales interview (besides your resume).
It gives the potential employer a glimpse into the future by outlining how you will approach the most important tasks and action steps of your first 3 months.
It lets the hiring manager or interviewer have a ‘test drive’ of what you’d be like in this new job.
As a result, it changes the dynamics and scope of your interview in a big, impressive way. It’s the #1 way to improve your interview so you get the offer. I would personally never interview without one.
However—sometimes, people come to me and say, “I brought a plan, but I didn’t get the job.”
My question for them is, “What does your plan look like?”
You can’t just Google ’30 60 90 day plan’ and expect to find a good plan. Not all plans are created equal. I’ve seen plenty of useless (and even damaging) free plans online—some are too short, some are too long, and some don’t focus on the right actions.
In this article, I’m answering the most common questions I get from job seekers about what your 30-60-90-day plan should look like in order to get you the job offer—and I’ll show you where you can get a template that’s proven to be successful in a huge variety of jobs at all levels (entry-level to C-suite).