Enron’s leadership aimed at creating an aura of charisma among the leaders and eventually created major defects identified in (Conger, 1990). The image Lay and Skilling attempted to promulgate and allure spectacled to convince people that they belonged to a cause far greater than being part of a business or working for a living. The implication was that others could someday hope to obtain similar privileges for themselves, providing they embrace the value system articulated by the leaders.
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