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I’m really hard pressed to think of a situation where a leader could over communicate. I suppose it’s those situations similar to when a follower might ask what time it is and the answer includes the history of watch making. I don’t think there are actually many leaders who do that.   In my experience it’s far more likely that a leader will under-communicate than over-communicate.   It really isn’t necessary to provide more information to a member of your organization than they need to be succe.  show all text

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