Corporate board members weren’t particularly concerned about mental health issues during pre-COVID-19 times. But the coronavirus pandemic, which has upended so many norms and priorities, has dramatically altered how directors approach mental well-being, according to a new report.
The finding came as a surprise to the group behind the study, the Diligent Institute, a think tank of New York-based corporate governance firm Diligent Corp., said the institute’s executive director, Dottie Schindlinger.
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