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11-04-2008 @ 11:20PM
People who can't maturely deliver hard but well deserved and constructively framed feedback aren't good raid leaders. If you can't, or won't, call out someone who is clearly doing something boneheaded, you're wasting 25 people's time.People who can't maturely receive hard but well deserved and constructively framed feedback aren't good raid members. Whine, moan and argue with a raid leader who's protecting 25 people's time, and you go on /ignore.As far as WoW at work, I don't think you'll see many management candidates putting it on their CVs, but RL management experience certainly helps you in WoW, and relationships are certainly built with clients and co-workers if you discover they play (once you've got the job!).I discovered one of my major clients was a WoW player just by noticing that they used an emote in an email. We're now firm friends on the back of our shared interest and the business relationship is the better for it.
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