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  • v. To communicate too much.


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over- +‎ communicate


  • John Lynch and other state leaders are trying to "overcommunicate" so New Hampshire folks have the very latest scientific information about the new flu.

    UnionLeader.com -- RSS feeds -- New Hampshire news, business and sports

  • I never mind revisions, and if anything I probably overcommunicate with clients, but there will always be ones that are just flat out a bad match.

    How Many Revisions Are Enough?

  • You have to overcommunicate -- you can't ever do enough of it.

    AT&T's Bet on the iPhone

  • "The employee needs to probe deeply and almost overcommunicate why they wanted to leave and see if it will change in the future," says Peter Vergano, senior manager of human-resources strategic staffing for Samsung Electronics Americas.

    When to Take a Counteroffer From Your Employer

  • Jim Huguelet, an independent security consultant in Bolingbrook, Ill., said that credit card companies "don't want to overcommunicate."

    danblacharski's blog

  • There are a few things you do in a downturn and one of them is listen to your customers and the other is overcommunicate.

    danblacharski's blog

  • When in doubt, overcommunicate - that's the best way to "minimize the drama" that can creep into complex global operations involving partners

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • School leaders must overcommunicate the need for change, said Justin Cohen, president of the School Turnaround Strategy Group at Mass Insight, which is contracting with the Colorado Department of Education to help develop academic reforms.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Google's scary reassurances - In tough times, overcommunicate, says Kleiner Perkins partner John Doerr, doing an inadvertent impression of so-sharey-he's-scary videoblogger Robert Scoble.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • And especially in tough times, it’s essential not only to communicate impeccably, but also to actually overcommunicate with each of your stakeholders.

    The Leader Who Had No Title


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