The 25 Minute Sales Interview Prep That Will Land You the Job

You’ve landed the interview! Nice!

Sooooooooooo… now what? It’s prep time. First things first, clothes close, so let’s make sure you know what to wear (and what NOT to wear) to the interview. Phone interview? Nice! Skip step one. Now let’s get you ready to crush the interview.

At Ideal Candidate we place salespeople with top employers every single day. Nothing makes us happier (really!)! Unfortunately, not every interview is a home run, even when the matches are great culture and selling style fits. What’s the disconnect?

Our Talent Scouts work closely with our employers to find out where the gap is. Unfortunately, we often get the same feedback: the candidate lacked basic interview prep. The good news is, you’re here! Which means that won’t be you.

This infographic is an expert’s view on the most efficient way to prep for an interview, even if you only have a half hour. So head to Starbucks, grab a chair and a latte let’s and get started. This is How To Prepare For Your Interview In Under 30 Minutes.

This Interview Prep Will Pay Off

Selling yourself to an employer is one of the biggest deals you will ever close. Make sure you’re ready.

I know you’re busy and you’ve got bills to pay and Netflix to watch but believe me when I say, this will pay off. A small investment of time on the front end will set you apart from your competition and show the employer you mean business.

Remember, we’re rooting for you! Now go out there and get hired!

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Kayla Kozan

Kayla Kozan

Director of Marketing at Ideal
Kayla spent the last few years studying Marketing and Entrepreneurship on 3 different continents. Now covering the latest in predictive analytics, workplace diversity and big data. She has a keen interest in tech and discovering underrated brunch spots.
Kayla Kozan