TRU Tips

You have to know what is motivating your job search before you explore the job market.

TOP 3 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Looking For A New Job
  • “Why am I ready to leave my current job?” Know and understand your motivation, so when asked in an interview you can verbalize specifics in both a clear and concise manner. This will also help to determine what you're not looking for as you research and discuss future opportunities.
  • “What do I hope to achieve next in my career?” Whether that’s rapid ascension to management, acquisition of skills and certifications, or hitting a target compensation, this question will narrow your search quickly.
  • “What kind of company do I want to work for?” Consulting vs. corporation, industry giant vs. startup; understanding value propositions and desirable traits of any organization will further streamline your search and clarify your desires for your agent!
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The next webinar in TRU’s "Ask the Expert" series with ACEDS will be held on July 24, 2019 from 1:00-2:00pm ET. TRU Founder & CEO Jared Coseglia and ACEDS Executive Director Mary Mack will present "Your Burning Career Questions." Coseglia and Mack will provide a forum for professionals in e-discovery to come together and ask questions about anything from education and training opportunities, to trends in compensation or hiring practices.

Wednesday, 24 July 2019, 13:00
TRU Tips

It is sometimes better to be wrong when asked for an opinion in a team meeting than to remain silent.

TOP 3 Reasons To Speak Up, Even If You May Be Wrong
  • It indicates you are listening and engaged in the conversation at hand.
  • An incorrect answer can only be corrected if it is made known.
  • It shows courage and a willingness to be a participant not just an observer.
Wednesday, 17 July 2019, 14:57
TRU Tips

The PMI (Project Management Institute) estimates by 2025 there will be a need for about 88 million project professionals working in various industries.

TOP 3 Things You May Not Know about the PMP* Certification
  • There are 900,000 active PMP members globally.
  • PMP holders report earning 23 percent higher median salaries than those without.
  • There are over 1800 Registered Education Providers delivering PMP content worldwide.

*The PMP = Project Management Professional certification. Watch for next month’s LTN Certification Series from TRU for a deeper look into the PMI’s PMP!

Wednesday, 10 July 2019, 14:19