1) It fosters a more collaborative and team-centered environment.
When leaders and employees at a company can communicate effectively internally, they work better together. This leads to higher productivity, as time is not wasted sorting out miscommunications. The result is less friction and conflict, allowing everyone to work as a team efficiently and pleasantly. They let each other know what is working well, what is failing, and they consider one another when finding ways to improve the workflow. Everyone wins.