"The art of communication is the language of leadership."
- James Humes


Truly effective management of an organization requires clear goals and practical internal communication, both vertically and horizontally. In order to make well-informed decisions, a leader needs to be able to delegate as well as understand the roles of each segment of his or her organization. Through focused preparation and reliable, frequent communication, a leader can achieve this level of management dexterity, which will aid in coordinating the efforts of his or her team. Access and modesty in a leader both improves worker morale and provides clear incentives for employees to work toward a common goal.