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11-14-2011 @ 10:20PM
There are two guidelines I live by as I run my guild.1. The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. It's been my experience that the way people have acted in the past reflects their true selves. Not saying people can't mature and change, but such change usually occurs in response to a painful episode, something that doesn't seem the case here. X/Z has shown a lack of regard for the guild in the past, how has he changed to make you believe he'll show more regard in the future? Chances are the answer is he hasn't changed and thus his future behavior will be the same.2. Those who do the work, own the work. I apply this to my officers and members, whomsoever actually does the work is the person I'll listen to and accept as the authority for that job, regardless of rank in the guild. If necessary, this will trigger a reassessment and change in officer positions. In this case, you and your sister rebuilt and leveled the guild, the guild effectively passes to you. I believe Blizzard have created a fair policy in the ownership of the guild belonging to the guild leader AND a way to replace the guild leader when absence requires it, especially now that guilds are more than just a name and confer real benefits. Enjoy the product of your hard work without guilt.
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