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10-04-2007 @ 11:34AM
"How to Remotivate" a guild is the ENTIRELY wrong question and is really an indicator of the true problem.Re-Motivation is a by-product of change. You have to change the things that un-motivate a guild in the first place.So ... what un-motivates most guilds in the first place? You ready for this?Poor LeadershipWhen Leadership take guilds into encounters they really have no business doing, that is poor leadership and un-motivates players.When Leadership let "bad players" stay in the guild/raid, yet try to do "hard content", that is poor leadership and un-motivates players.When Leadership plays "favorites" on raid invites causing the raid "balance" to be unfavorable to hard encounters, that is poor leadership and un-motivates people. (ie: Do any of your Leadership sit on the side of hard encounters cause they are not needed due to class balance, or sit because other players out perform them?).So ... there is no sense in trying to RE-MOTIVATE a guild if Leadership is just going to immediately UN-MOTIVATE them again? The right question is: How do I become a better leader.Once you start to take personal responsibility for the problems in the guild, then you can start to make changes that will ultimately re-motivate a guild.How to become a better leaders is a topic for an article itself.
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