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The Guild Leader's Handbook by Scott F. Andrews

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Officer Roles

Unfortunately, truly great officers are few and far between. Sometimes you have to settle for someone less motivated, but who is still willing to help in some way. Most guilds have a mix of great and mediocre officers. When this is the case, you eventually wind up with a problem: All of your motivated officers are doing all the work, and the rest of your officers are just skating along, content to let others labor so they can enjoy the benefits of their status without putting in the effort.

The guild can survive just fine this way for a long time. However, sooner or later those officers who make everything happen will get tired of being the only ones lifting a finger. It's not fair to them (or yourself) to let this circumstance go ...

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