Fundamental to the role of the school principal is the use of communication. From the classroom to the community, the school principal must possess and utilize communication skills. Recently, research has turn to focus on what makes good schools great. The research discovered that the number one factor is a leader that communicated effectively, consistently, and timely with staff, students, parents and the community. The question then becomes, “Are classroom teachers more likely to be satisfied and enthusiastic about their places of employment if their principal is an effective communicator?” This book provides the answer by looking at how the communication style used by the principal can directly impact the perceptions of classroom teachers. This resource should prove useful to professionals in the field of education administration, or anyone who wants to learn more about leadership and communication.