Fortune and Time will gather more than 100 CEOs and thought leaders at the Vatican this month. The aim? To strengthen the partnership between Big Business and the rest of the world.
Pope Francis waves as he arrives at the Kangemi slums on the outskirts of Nairobi in November 2015.

WE OFTEN TALK, in these pages, about how to become a great leader—and who we think the best leaders are (see our cover package of stories in this issue, beginning on page 65). But we don’t focus enough on the where: Where, that is, should today’s

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