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1-19-2009 @ 2:15PM
First of all, really great article with sound advice. :)I was thinking about how the co-GM called being an officer 'volunteer work,' which is dead-on, and then I was trying to figure out how administrations who deal with volunteers would solve a problem like this.What I thought might be a good idea is terms: being an officer for a set amount of time (like a year, two years, a month, whichever). This has a lot of the same benefits that the article was describing, such as a self-evaluation, and a decision--totally on the officer's part--of whether they want to continue to be an officer for the next term. This way a person doesn't feel like they have to keep doing the same thing for the rest of their life, and they can always say, "hey, I had a great term, but it's time to let someone else take over for a while."Like I said, it's pretty much in-line with the great advice in the article, just a different way of looking at it.
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