Gratitude in leadership can increase employee productivity and create a more engaged workforce. According to a survey, 81% of employees said they're more motivated to do good work when leadership shows appreciation. Unfortunately, another study found 59% of employees saying they have never had a boss who “truly appreciates” them.
In this episode of the Health Unscripted Podcast, Paul Sanford, executive vice president of operations at The Cigna Group, sits down with Doug Woodard, senior vice president of customer experience and operations, to explore why gratitude is one of the most powerful leadership skills, what it means to lead with gratitude, and how to embed gratitude into everyday interactions with the people you work with.
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