The Guild Leader Episode #26

Posted on 9/23/2013 by with 0 comments

Guild Leader

The complacent guild leader

com·pla·cent

kəmˈplāsənt/

  1. adjective

adjective: complacent

  1. 1. showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements.

 

Being a guild leader can be a lot of work, but you can make it much harder on yourself by being complacent. The military trains so that will become almost second nature. From everything I have seen complacency is one of the biggest problems in guilds and in guild leaders.

The I’m not sure Guild leader:

One part that I have seen firsthand many times before I decided to become the guild leader was the current guild leader didn’t know what was going on a regular basis. It’s not a matter of knowing everything going on but at least keep on top how things are run and what needs help or change.

As a guild leader you need to be able to give a clear answer to your members, or get an answer in a timely manner. Don’t be the “I’m not sure guild leader”!

Don’t Let yesterday’s battle win todays war guild leader:

Being a guild leader is a constant battle of keeping members informed about what is going on in the guild and what the plans are for the future. If you have a good player base make sure you keep them happy so they want to continue to stay in the guild.

You need to build on yesterday victories and keep pushing forward to make the guild the best that it can be. Believe me if you don’t you will be the guild leader without any members.

The complacent Guild leader

Complacency has no place in a guild leader’s world. There are times in everybody’s life where you don’t feel like doing something of we forget something. We all get this way sometime, but don’t be like this all the time.

You should always keep yourself well-informed and then you should inform your members, this keeps everything moving forward.

Guild Leader is a weekly series by Beer and Joysticks .com and written by Chris Gillis covering all aspects of being a better guild leader. If you have any questions or comments we welcome them below this article.

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