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5-12-2008 @ 1:27PM
Good points, as are Tinwhiskers'. But!...You can tell people they're not up to snuff without 'chewing them out.' and I think you should. Being an ass about things ("You suck") just adds tension and you can say the same thing in a more positive way. A few things the officers need to do: 1) Make sure the raiders understand the gearing requirements for whatever they're going into. Someone can still suck with epics, but gear gives capabilities. Help them succeed by making sure they're know what it will take to be prepared. 2) Back up the RL. Don't overrule them on who can go to raids, don't let people get the impression that they can come complain to an officer and have the RL pressured or overruled.3) But DO keep in touch with what's up in raids... how the person is, whether they're being fair in who they take and not favoring friends, etc. 4) Groom 2 RLs. Having only one is asking for trouble. Unlike an officer's role a RL has sscheduled time demands. At some point, they might just want to take a break. Or perhaps not RL anymore. Have someone in the guild who can step in.
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