Actually, I don't have a stock portfolio outside of my 401K, and I have that set to automatically move me AWAY from Target stock every month, so I generally own none or very close to none; I'm one of the lower-paid TLs in my building; and, while I wouldn't want to put words in anyone else's mouth, I'm absolutely certain none of my team members would tell you that I "do very little." Nor would my team members from the two remodels I've run, nor would my team members from previous workcenters, etc. etc. (Not to mention peers, execs, TLs I've trained for other stores, blah blah blah...)
I'm the first person at my store to question why we're given 200 hours for Presentation when the Adjacency Calendar says 400, or why HQ thinks we can afford to have someone stand by the door all day every day without giving us extra payroll for it, or whose bright idea it was to route the majority of mySupport requests to another continent, etc. etc. Like I said, I'm not one to drink the Kool-Aid.
I've just been around long enough (almost ten years now) to know that whining and *****ing isn't going to help, and that sometimes they really are trying to make things better. All I'm saying is that, from their perspective, why should they even bother trying if the team is going to assume the worst all the time?