I agree. For an employee to occupy the top seat in an organization, they must have qualified leadership qualities to lead the junior employees. A performing organization usually select keenly on the type of leader to work with. The higher he/she occupies, the new roles assigned to the employee. He/she will be required to provide positive feedback of the business, needed to identify weaknesses in employee's performance, and establish new plans to improve the running of the organization. Also, the performance of an organization depends mostly on top management whose function is to provide adequate feedback to individual performance, serve as a basis of changing behavior, and provide data that will be used in the future to judge their performance. Therefore, the higher the level in an organization, the easier it is to objectively appraise his or her performance because they are responsible for controlling the business operation.