By Alison Gill | 28/08/2020 in Blog posts
Businesses that manage to strengthen their relationships with stakeholders during the crisis are poised for stronger recovery.
With society demanding action on unfair and inequitable working practices, the way the board thinks and acts is vital to making this happen.
As entire workforces prove homeworking can be just as, if not more, productive than office working, boards need to consider how they can ‘build back better’ to meet the increased desire for more flexible working.
With important ethical dilemmas needing to be resolved, determining the best way to ease the lockdown will inevitably give rise to tensions on the board. Businesses that want to sustain board unity will need to focus on culture and values.
Bvalco’s Alison Gill talks to The Chartered Governance Institute (ICSA) about the importance of embracing feelings of anxiety to enhance decision-making.