Focus: What makes a good guild-leader? What are the most effective examples of leadership you've seen or used? What mistakes have you seen or made? What kind of real-life experience translated well to in-game leadership, or vice versa?
# How do you motivate your guild?
# How do you deal with laziness and general malaise?
# How do you handle discipline?
# Analyzing your guild policies and raiding habits, do you use any kind of operant conditioning to get your members to do what you want?
Anyway the main thing I've learnt in WoW is simply being totally methodical. Ya granted it's very "thottlike", but it's just the framework. Recognize the areas of relevance ASAP, and put a lot of thought in to making sure you understood this correctly... including "underlings" as much as possible. I guess one of the main talents is the ability to ask a fuckton of questions without looking like an idiot - if you don't ask those questions, you WILL look like a fucking idiot sooner or later, since you simply can't know everything, and putting pride before prudence will fuck you up every time (been guilty as charged a few times).
Like for example in WoW:
* Loot Distribution
* Melee dps
* Caster dps
* Crowd Control (includes tanking, fears, different mezzes etc)
* Public Relations (overlaps with recruiting a lot)
* Guild Bank