Setting Priorities

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The executive staff was not responding appropriately to tasks, which adversely affected the overall success of the organization’s vision, mission and goals.

Weinstein Factor Approach

Reluctantly the entire executive staff went through a time management/change management program.  This was to aid in building more accountable working relationships and increased situational awareness.  The facilitator implemented individual time monitoring methodologies in order to quantify how the individual leader’s time was being utilized (e.g. one leader discovered that “fifty percent of my time was spent outside my department”).

Weinstein Factor Results

Of the executives surveyed following the program:
• 98% found the program invaluable with a substantial increase to their effectiveness and focus on goals
• 99% increase in tasked completion rates sustained by executives for over a year.
• Higher levels of accountability in regard to accepted tasks and responsibilities were attained throughout the organization’s departments.
• With participation from the entire executive staff, situational awareness was attained.

© Suzanne Weinstein

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