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Sir, watch this...
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  1. In Topic: Im Finally Back

    21 May 2008 - 05:12 AM

    1.) First and foremost view him as an asset, not a threat. Continue to train him and show him examples of good leadership. If you can convince two or three of your players to "play for him" give him his own team, under your leadership. If not, ask him to recruit 2-3 players that he will lead and work with, under your direction. Help him develop and train his team members, and learn what it means to be a commander. Give him enough slack to try things and make mistakes, but have him under your wing enough to help out and show him how to succeed.

    You will find that after a little while, you will be able to give him a mission and direction and he will autonomously go and accomplish it with little supervision, thus saving you from having to over-supervise.

    If even after this he continues to try and challenge you for the top spot (which is seriously bad form), I would reccomend that he branch off and start his own team (especially if he recruited instead of had members assigned). If he does so on good terms, you can become sister teams and practice together, fight larger battles together, and compete against one another. I am with you on not giving it up however, as true positions of leadership cannot be freely taken or given, but must be earned.

    my two cents.


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