I don't know ENFJs, but I can comment on observations based on my ENTJ dad.
He is more of an idea man than a man of action. He is always actively accomplishing many things, but his endeavors always have to serve some idea or ideal. He is very goal-oriented, but his goals need to be meaningful. He is very capable of doing things just to get them done, but if it doesn't excite him he'll put it off until the last moment.
The ideal of altruism is very important to my dad and he likes to combine this with his personal ambitions. And he is only ambitious about things he enjoys meaning he isn't interested in ambition merely for the sake of gaining power.I've thought that ENTJ plays the leading game part for fun, part for personal ambitions and part because of altruism.
My dad is an amazing people person. What you say describes my dad perfectly.New projects needs to be done, in order to increase the GDP, the flow of money, to make everyone richer (in a literal sense). They tend to sell their ideas by showing how beneficial they are, tho as any marketing speak, it may or may not be accurate. They play the game by winning people on their side and organizing them.
My dad would never use people towards a goal or he wouldn't think of it that way. My dad is obsessed with an ethical outlook and highly values social order and norms. Almost everything for him is about how it serves others. He identifies with the groups and organizations he belongs to. He has become very religiously involved as he has aged.