How Ed became Ted − the power of TalentEd
It was a dark and dreary day for HR Administrator Ed
The paperwork on his desk was stacked higher than a skyscraper, and it seemed to be growing with every tick
of the clock.
This was no ordinary day in HR. It was performance evaluation time for teachers. And it was due by the clock's
strike of five. Time was running out.
Just then Ed heard rumbling outside his office. The power surged and the lights flickered.
Just great, thought Ed. What a horrible time to be powerless.
As Ed got up to shut his window, the rumbling turned to a roar. Ed looked up to see a bolt of lightning cut
through the sky. It was coming right at him.
Ed felt the power surge through his body. Every inch of his skin radiated with wild energy. Instantly, the stack of papers went up in smoke. The clock began spinning in reverse.
I can’t believe it, he cried. The work is complete with time to spare! I am no longer powerless Ed. I am Ted!
From that day forward, Ted would make K-12 schools a better place by saving districts time and money with TalentEd. Now he had time to hire and develop the best teachers and administrators for his school district.
He would change the way education works.
Be a hero with TalentEd. Make your Talent count! ~Ted
Here are some facts about Ted
Ted loves to listen to "White Lightning" by Waylon Jennings when he is filling out his
online teacher evaluations.
Ted loves to read, but not paper backs. His dislike for paper runs deep. These days Ted reads his books on his iPad. Ted is currently reading: "Talent : Making People Your Competitive Advantage."
Ted pumps iron. He needed to find a new way to stay fit now that he doesn't have to carry
around those heavy stacks of paper.
It shouldn't shock anyone to find out that Ted is a big fan of Nikola Tesla.
The two of them seem to have a lot in common.
Ted only requires 4 hours of sleep because he is no longer stressed with managing his
employees’ performance evaluation process.