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8-26-2011 @ 9:16AM
This: "Set realistic goals -- [...] -- and for the love of Elune, stick to them.".This is so important. I can't remember all the times I've heard a raid leader tell people that they need to improve and then fail to state what marks they want people to hit. When you give people a goal you make it their responsibility to achieve that goal. If you, as a raid leader or officer, fail to set those (realistic) goals then you're more of a problem than the raider you are having an issue with.No, it is never fun to have to be the heavy, but being the heavy is part and parcel of the responsibility you signed up for when you chose to be a raid leader (or officer). If you're having problems figuring out what to say, just ask yourself what would work if someone was approaching you and saying you needed to improve.
8-26-2011 @ 9:19AM
A thousand times yes. If you signed up to be a raid leader, you've decided to take on that responsibility, and if you can't handle it, you shouldn't be a raid leader, especially for a group of raiders that would like to progress.
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