How do you turn one guild into two (or three, or more) in the most efficient manner possible?So let's get into the gritty details of what it means when it's time to split your guild.
Take your guild from one game and make it a guild in several games, and you improve your member pool while dealing with new wrinkles.The main point of extending a guild across multiple games is to give players a reliable port of call in them.
If you're willing to stop listening to people at a certain magnitude, you're not doing the push and pull correctly.You're still assuming that you're right, that everyone else needs to be humored.
How do you filter through applicants to find the ones that can really enrich your guild instead of just filling out a roster?It's time to start developing that metaphorical third eye and figuring out if these new applicants are going to have the qualities you need for the future.
Having new members join your guild is always exciting, no matter how informal your guild might be.The first thing to do is to go out of your way to include the new member.
How do you make a guild into a space where everyone can be comfortable?To use an example other than an inclusive space, having a bilingual guild would constitute a guiding principle.
I've talked about how to help your guild get better at World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XIV.So before you start worrying about the group doing better, take the time to make sure that you're doing well.
But when you're in those games, these surges mean something.They show up, they talk about enjoying themselves, and then one day they're just.
If you're an officer, you get to set the rules for your guild and make sure your members are following them.So let's talk about managing your reputation, from both a member and an officer's point of view.
Half of the guild wants to focus more heavily on raiding, half of the guild wants to focus more on small-group activities.So let's talk about how you can deal with disgruntled members before they're former members.