c22 Rules of Engagement
From the Desk of Richard Henry
All operating teams should follow the directives of their General Managers and the Capstone Council.
If any team member is attacked, or has an issue with another team member, always use your chain of command. If the GM needs further help with this issue, the GM
will seek advice from the Capstone Council.
The Capstone Council will provide Leadership with tasks. GMs are responsible to ensure theirs teams are completing them. Team members who do not follow-through, we be removed from their position.
The Capstone Council will be given directives from the Founder of Council 22,
IvyTaroc, and the Advisory Board, when and if necessary.
Council 22 must not fire back with flaming or insults during an altercation with any non-
Council 22 members. Simply reporting the post and ignoring the comment will be the
best course of action. If you must respond, respond with calmness and wisdom. Always be mindful of your “delivery”.
All GMs and team members will be given the tools and resources necessary to complete
all of their tasks, including Trello. A pattern of incomplete or ignored tasks, will result in termination.
Every Capstone Lead will become a member of the Apex Advisory Board upon exemplary completion of their term. This is to ensure a smooth transition between evolving Councils and the “tone” & vision of the Council 22 is maintained.
The Capstone Council, will choose who will be the next Capstone Lead. GMs are to be consulted for their feedback, prior to final selection.
The goal of Council 22 will be to develop as many leaders as possible, for the edification of the Initiates we serve.
As many people as possible should hold positions in Council 22. This pyramid was designed to be fluid and evolving.
The only position on C22, that is not subject to these terms, is Anti-Fraud.
A member of Council 22 may not stay in their position for longer than 6 months. Continuous mobility must occur in Council 22, to allow for new leaders to emerge.
Every GM must have someone to replace him or her, prior to stepping into their new position.