Ted Blackwater: Page 3
June 5, 2017 ET
You may often read that some company was engaged in a risky business move and although we intuitively know what that means, if we try to define a risky move we'll see that's not so easy.
May 8, 2017 ET
Every job ad, along with other requirements, contains this phrase: "Must be team player." The problem is, we people are not team players, at least not in the way your HR department think we are.
April 3, 2017 ET
No matter are you buying a car or a company, there are some sales techniques that can be used against you to make your decision a bit faster than you would want to.
March 6, 2017 ET
No matter are you selling shoes or an innovative and complex software product, there are customers that just are not worth your time and efforts.
February 6, 2017 ET
A simple question for a new CEO: How much time do you need to tell are your employees good workers? The answer is a bit surprising: A few days.
January 9, 2017 ET
It is always wise to prepare yourself for a managerial position, even if the possible promotion is not in sight. You will learn more, achieve more and create a good chance for yourself to be noticed.
December 5, 2016 ET
We all would like higher salaries and to get a raise you must ask for it. But when? Stick with us, the answer is surprising.
November 28, 2016 ET
There comes the time when you realize that you are pregnant and along with all joy and happiness one question comes to mind: When and how to tell that happy news to your boss?
November 21, 2016 ET
Chief operating officer, or COO, is one of the top managers in every company, but it's not easy to define what the COO's role actually is. And indeed, it is complex.
November 14, 2016 ET
When you are growing and need new employees, that's a good sign. However, if you don't have a very clear idea what positions you need to fill, you are in trouble.
November 7, 2016 ET
There are some thing we learns in the school and some things we can learn only in real life. But the advantage of real life is that we don't have to make the same leadership mistake twice.
October 24, 2016 ET
While setting tasks and duties for your employees, it's easy to go too far. This is especially easy if you are a new manager or company founder.