Staring death in the face taught Aetna’s former CEO how to be a more human leader

Mark Bertolini served as the CEO of Aetna from 2010 to 2018, stepping down after selling the healthcare company to CVS. In a new memoir, he reflects on how both his and his son’s near-death experiences made him a more empathetic leader focused on team-building. At Aetna, Bertolini increased the minimum wage to $16 an hour, increased health benefits, paid off student loans, and instituted mindfulness training. C-Suite Insider is a collection of exclusive

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