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KSI CloudJumper

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KSI CloudJumper last won the day on August 22 2017

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About KSI CloudJumper

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    Forum addict
  • Birthday 08/30/1995

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  • Gamertag
    KSI CloudJumper
  • Squad
    Savage SR CPT
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    My fiancé and son

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  1. Yeah dude there's a lot of them
  2. KSI CloudJumper

    Favorite Sport?

    Football lol
  3. G Gundam. But sadly it's not on tv
  4. KSI CloudJumper

    Favorite Anime Character of All Time?

    Master Asia from G Gundam
  5. KSI CloudJumper

    Anime and Manga Recommendations

    G Gundam Gundam Unicorn
  6. KSI CloudJumper

    What Does KSI Mean To You?

    It's a family of gamers that want to help each other
  7. KSI CloudJumper

    Who are your mentors?

    KSI Huckleberry 7- has thought me the true meaning of Being in the KSI family KSI QueenPink 7- has showed me how to be a strict but easy going leader. KSI Izzy 7- how to separate time for my self and time for my sqaud
  8. KSI CloudJumper

    New IT Vs Old IT Movie

    Give me your opinion on what IT movie you liked best. i honestly liked the new one best
  9. KSI CloudJumper

    What is your favourite Battlefield Game?

    BF3
  10. KSI CloudJumper

    Battlefield or Call of Duty

    COD
  11. Post your scores and/or a story about your favorite Clutch,funny moment, or anything interesting about a in Game experience.
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    ONE WORD STORY

    Blah
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    What game would you like to see remastered?

    Call of duty MW2
  14. KSI CloudJumper

    Why take the FTLA?

    Right there with you bro. Best class in KSI so far
  15. KSI CloudJumper

    Why take the FTLA?

    Last night I started taking KSI ZEUSWRATH 7's FTLA 101 class and I already feel like I'm being taught how to become a better leader. We went over how to recruit, how to not over step your boundaries, how to successfully micro manage, and much more. What appealed to me the most in the first night of the class was when we talked about recruiting. Yes recruiting is a necessity, but there is a lot more to it. We sell our recruits on how much fun they can have here and how much they will get to game. But what if we also mentioned how much work they would have to put into it to become a successful KSI member? When I first joined it was all about gaming, I never would had thought of taking all these workshops and classes. But now I'm hosting Sergeant's workshops. We should start training these guys as soon as they join and let them know what there signing up for. Not over stepping your boundaries, now this is a good one. An example that KSI ZEUSWRATH 7 gave us is; if a General is not doing their job properly; should he have to step in? No because he has ranks lower then him that should be able to step in. The only reason he should have to step in is if the ones below him are not well trained and aren't doing their job. A good way to not over step your boundaries is to use the chain of command up and also down, and truly mentor your lower ranking members. How to successfully micro-manage. When you hear the word micro manage you think "oh no". But micro-managing can be good. The best way to micro-manage is to train the person below you but also let them show you what they can do. Don't control them, show them, for instance if you are the General and you have a Major let the Major step in and run the squad while you as the General guide him/her. Teach your Major how to keep the squad active and how to keep your squad growing. After all the Major will be the one that takes your spot, and you don't want to micro-manage too strictly because the Major will do it to the ones below them, then your going to have a lot of members dropping out and getting transferred. So if you micro manage make sure it's to help and not hurt. We learned so much more then that but it's kind of too much to put in one article. I hope y'all found this informative and maybe your interested in taking the FTLA as well, that way you can see for yourself.
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