30-60-90 Day Plan: Things to Do in the First 60 Days of Your New Job

You are off to a great start. Now that you have survived the first 30 days  of your new job, what’s next? Whether it is a fair thing to do, the reality is that your new manager and peers form opinions about you based on how they perceive you the first three months. What can you do to keep the momentum going for the next 30 days to ensure that you are perceived in a positive light? If you created a 30-60-90 Day Plan for your interview, use this as a guide for what to do during your second month on the job. Here are some ideas for your second 30 days on the job. If you did not create a plan and you wish to do so now, please reference Creating a 30-60-90 Day Plan to Secure the Job  for information on how to do it.

 

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Things to Do in the First 30 Days of Your New Job

 

60-Day Plan/First 60 Days on the Job

The second 30 days on the job is focused on getting the momentum going in the actual job itself, which means spending less time on training. And you are concerned with expanding your horizons and demonstrating what your capabilities.

 

 

Your 30-60-90 Day Plan is a tool that assists you in getting off to a strong start in your new job. The activities above are great examples of the things to do to successfully complete your second month on the job.

 

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