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USA Swimming to create new metrics to control CEO performance

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Tim Hinchey, USA Swimming CEO and Bill Charney, a consultant for the swimming body based in Colorado, have yesterday introduced some new metrics and other key components that will help the body to better monitor and control CEO performance.

 

The new items aim to help everyone involved in the sport to stay updated with the main goals USA Swimming has, and also to help everyone stay focus while making enough efforts to produce worthy results in the ‘Hinchey era’.

 

The organization will then carefully measure Hinchey’s success as chairman of USA Swimming. Next month, the Board of Directors will gather to give Hinchey their feedback on the progress USA Swimming has made. Especially towards completing four main end results.

 

Hinchey’s work as CEO will also be evaluated on several other factors and parameters. They will help the board better evaluate the way he has performed as the main figure of the organization.

 

The four priority results to achieve are:

 

– Competitive success

– Successful athletes, coaches, and clubs

– Public engagement with swimming

– Recognition

 

Hinchey took the position as the President and CEO of USA Swimming in 2017. He took the place of Mike Unger, who at that time, served as Interim Executive Director after Chuck Wielgus, former Executive Director, died in April, 2017.

 


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