Senior level manager in a large corporation. A small group of the other managers at my peer level are not as productive as I am. I admit my productivity is probably higher than average, but I'm constantly frustrated by feeling like I'm pulling a heavier load than my peers. My peers lack of action impacts me, so I pick up where I can to help, but quickly become overwhelmed. Our director seems to be at least aware of it, but I see no corrective action that is working. I'm looking for some strategies here.
1. Try to influence my peers to help out without telling them they aren't helping.
2. Confront my director to insist that something be done to better manage my peers contribution.
Thanks in advance for your input.