C-suite members feel “very positive” about their pandemic response, but are less sure when it comes to digital strategy, ESG and diversity.
Optimism may be growing that there is a future for business beyond the pandemic, but confidence among C-suite members also appears to have wilted over the past year. Recent research appears to show that while company chiefs are upbeat about a come-back after Covid-19, they seem less certain of their ability to deal with digital strategy or diversity and inclusion issues. Elsewhere, a hefty proportion of chief executives feel unable to rate the advice they receive from boards. What’s going on?
The findings come from research conducted by global headhunter Russell Reynolds after questioning 1,300 board directors, chief executives, C-suite
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