One thing that has become really obvious is a growing healing disparity between our healers. We heal with a Druid, a Shaman, and a Paladin. On any given night, it's common for our Druid to do 65-85% of the healing, with the remainder split among the Shaman and Paladin. On a recent fight, our Druid was pushing almost 400k HPS while the Shaman and Paladin were both doing about 45k HPS.
We usually do pretty well on fights where the healers are together (Where the Druid can cover the other healers) but fights like Galakras where some healers are separated up in the tower, etc we wipe way too easily. We even went back and did Galakras on Flex and still wiped, for the same reason - not enough healing anywhere where any healer other than the druid is assigned to heal.
This is not a group where people are constantly posting charts or flexing their e-peen, in fact if anything, this group is too friendly to each other to the extent that failure is essentially tolerated. No one wants to possibly kick a long-time veteran healer out of the group due to bad performance, even if it's clearly what is holding us back at this point.
I just really wish I had some sort of explanation of why the other healers are performing so badly. I figure it's one of three possibilities.
-They simply got lazy, and got used to letting the Druid do most of the work.
-They are simply terrible healers.
-The druid is too aggressive with healing and doesn't leave anything for them to heal (this shouldn't be possible vs. a paladin, should it?)
Thoughts? What's the best way to move our raid beyond this obstacle?