Pope Francis doesn't wear fancy robes or live in a palace. Instead, he wears a simple frock and lives in a two-room Vatican apartment. That suggests he has internalized the lesson that the perks of leadership only serve to erect barriers between bosses and employees, writes S. Chris Edmonds. Privileges such as dedicated parking and dining rooms "serve to discourage face-to-face interactions between leaders and employees," Edmonds writes.
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