"Employers want operations managers with the leadership, managerial, and interpersonal skills to effectively manage daily operations, evaluate operational costs, and make personnel decisions. Be prepared to discuss your management style as well as your experience handling conflicts and motivating teams to meet deadlines. You should also be ready to answer operational questions such as how you would improve processes to cut costs. A bachelor's degree in management or a similar field of study is required, with a master's degree being ideal."
During an event, there are 3 items that come up at once, how do you (as a group) prioritize these: a) Broken leg by a participant b) Missing child c) Group of 6 unhappy participants
Our group decided to handle the broken leg first, since that was a quick ambulance call. Then focus on devoting resources to the missing child. Tabling the unhappy participants, and dealing w/ them after the emergencies.
Dude it's a tough mudder. Tell the guy with a broken leg to deal with it, smack the annoying complainers around and tell them to whine to their mothers. Go find the kid.