I Won The Hard Work and Dedication Award!

I Won the DC Department of Employment Services (DOES)

Hard Work and Dedication Award!

On Wednesday, May 9, 2018 the DC Department of Employment Services (DOES) honored me with the Hard Work and Dedication Award. I received this award during the inaugural Workforce Recognition Event. Held at the University of the District of Columbia Bertie Berkus building, the DOES Workforce Recognition event honored its best participants.

                I was completely humbled by the honor. I didn’t even know I was nominated about this Hard Work and Dedication award. All I did was implement the training that I received in the marketplace and took advantage of every available opportunity. I was no smarter or better than anyone else. All I did was ask for more training and received it from DOES.

The Department of Employment Services provides job seekers with a number of employment opportunities. Each center provides career counseling, resume assistance, job placement, vocational training, access to online services, information about local and national labor markets, unemployment insurance, and much more.

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About Carla R Jenkins

Carla R Jenkins is a change and project management expert, and a two-time Amazon best-selling author specialized in personal branding, project management and positive change management.

Carla is also the CEO of Phenomena Corporation, a project management consultancy that aims to help entrepreneurs and companies manifest positive change in their businesses.

She helps people capitalize on all opportunities that positive change brings. She has earned her BA in International Economics from Hiram College and MBA from Cleveland State University.

Carla also has 10 years’ experience in corporate America, is a LinkedIn Pulse contributor, and holds Project Management Professional (PMP) as well as Certified Scrum Master (CSM) licenses. My business goal is to help solopreneurs, medium-sized businesses and corporations to increase their profits and productivity.

Visit www.carlarjenkins.com/work  and info@carlarjenkins.com to reach out to me.

Source: https://www.prlog.org/12707901-carla-jenkins-wins-the-hard-work-and-dedication-award.html

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Happy December! There’s Still Plenty To Do!

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                Happy December everyone! I know that this is the final month of the year. Your mind automatically glazes over to the New Year but there are still 31 days left. There is plenty that you can accomplish; so, set some goals and finish this December – and this year – strong!

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Accepting Positive Risk

Accepting positive risk is a passive strategy. You accept your current situation as is or what might happen. For example, you accept that your boss might give you a raise before the next annual performance rating. This is highly unlikely, therefore, you should accept that there’s room for proactivity towards managing your life and career.

Courtesy of PM Study Circle (http://pmstudycircle.com/2015/05/risk-response-strategies-for-positive-risks-or-opportunities/)

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Enhancing Positive Risk

Managing positive risk is indispensable towards increased personal and professional growth. There are four positive risk techniques: enhance, exploit, accept and share. Enhancing positive risk means distributing the risk among participants. For instance, if your team lands a huge contract, they will split the bonus money amongst themselves. Enhancing a positive risk is a win-win situation both individually and collectively. You can post the project accomplishment on your resume and LinkedIn as a team member while simultaneously highlighting your contributor. This is all the more reason to employ this technique.

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This Week in Positive Change Management: Managing Positive Change for the Remaining 1/3 of 2015

Today is September 1st, the ninth month of 2015. If you haven’t completed what you want to thus far, I have good news and bad news. First, the bad news: 2/3 of 2015 is gone. Now, the good news: 1/3 of 2015 is left and you can still accomplish your goals with four months remaining. You can divide your tasks into quarters. September is the 1st quarter. October is the 2nd quarter. November is the 3rd quarter. December 4th quarter. Prioritize your must have tasks by quarters. Next, fast-track and accelerate mandatory tasks during the 1st quarter (September) by doing more than one task at the same time. Fast-tracking would increase risks which is why you would develop a contingency plan to handle any potential bottlenecks. Monitor the fast-track items’ progress with biweekly reporting to determine if you need to reallocate your resources. Finally, create a monitoring schedule for October through December to complete the fast-track tasks before the end of this year. Following these steps will ensure that you can still complete your mandatory tasks in the final third of the year.