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Peters and Waterman argued that effective leadership plays a significant role in creating successful corporate culture (Peters and Waterman, 1982, pp 82). Organizational culture means elementary statement that are considered effective and that are trained to new employees as the way to perceive and feel in the organization (Brewis, 2007, pp. 345). Nowadays, globalization suggests that the world is borderless; therefore, organizational culture is encouraged to change in circumstances. The invasion of technologies causes the expansion of highly technical and skilled workforce (Brewis, 2007, pp. 345). The leader plays an important roles in shaping corporate culture, including leaders’ goals and objectives, leaders’ behavior, leaders ‘reaction to crisis, how leaders allocate rewards and how leaders hire and fire individuals (Nelson, Quick, Wright, Adams, 2012, pp.258-259). In Ackroyd and Crowdy ‘Can culture be managed? Working with raw material: The case of the English slaughter man’ (Ackroyd and Crowdy, 1990, pp. 5). Ethical issues have been questioned because workers have to kill hundreds of animal every without showing any fear. In recent, employee has become well educated, well ethical behavior. Therefore, leaders are trying to change corporate in a positive way such as developing global organizational culture and developing an ethical organizational culture (Nelson, Quick, Wright, Adams, 2012, pp.264-265). Well educated and skilled employees will want to take after a charismatic leader and only great leaders can practice corporate culture effectively (Peters and Waterman, 1982, pp 82). In comparison, a poor leader will regularly neglect to win over staff and will have issues communicating with employees effectively (Peters and ... ... middle of paper ... ...this style often causes ambiguity and conflict at work since there is no clear direction from manager (Brewis, 2007, pp.357). However, it works perfectly in the case of design teams where innovation and creativity are recommended since there is little supervised from manager (Stimpson and Farquharson, 2011, pg. 145). Brewis argued that this style of leadership is appropriate in the case of ‘work hard play hard corporate’ culture since it is a friendly culture where having is as important as work (Brewis, 2007, pp.357). To sum up, I argue that leadership styles play a crucial role in managing corporate culture. Leaders’ goals and objectives, leaders’ behavior, leaders ‘reaction to crisis, how leaders allocate rewards and how leaders hire and fire individuals are elements that can cause impacts on managing corporation (Nelson, Quick, Wright, Adams, 2012, pp.258-259).

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