Thanks pounce. You know me that I take our heist runs seriously, even tho there times we goofed off, failed and laugh (that's because we are confident and trust each other that we can always get it done). I usually brief our guys (What are the do's, don'ts and what to expect) before starting the finale, especially if there's a new member. If we're doing a new approach/strategy and what-not, I walk our guys through their assigned roles.
I assigned roles to our crew mates base on his/her:
*Rank (the higher the rank means the more overall experience one has)
~If a member is lacking experience on certain role, I'll try to push him/her out of his/her comfort zone and assign the role he/she's lacking experience
~If a member is always doing and prefer the same role over and over, I try to mix and switch roles from time to time for him/her to experience other roles and give other members a shot to experience that role (Like I said, I'll give one a baptism by fire, experience is the best teacher) The best way to teach someone is to let him/her experience it, to let him/her feel the weight of that role, let him/her feel the pressure of the whole heist resting upon his/her shoulders. I know some of you may not agree to my methods but constant repetition can train you well, You'll see things that you've missed on the first, second, or third time doing it, armed with that new found knowledge one will come up with a new or better idea on how to do it. It may be hard or frustrating at first, but everything is hard at first.
*Base on my observation playing with him/her.
So if I assign a certain role to someone, I trust and believe that he/she can do it, even tho he/she may disagree.
I hope this all make sense, I'm sleepy as f*ck when I wrote this. lol