Direct Contact-The Shortest Route To A New Job
|December 17, 2012||Posted by admin under DIRECT - Target/Resume|
The Shortest Route To A New Job Susan Adams
To start a direct contact action plan, Wendleton says, you should make a list of companies where you would want to work, figure out who heads the division you want to target at each, and get in touch. The Five O’Clock Club recommends you put an exhaustive 50 to 60 companies on your list, in three groups, A, B and C. The C list is made up of companies that would want you though you might not want them. The A list is where you most want to work. Wendleton recommends starting with the C list first, and then moving to the B list. By the time you get to the A list, you should have several job offers, so you can say to the A companies, I have four offers, but I really want to work for you.