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Synonyms for communicate

to give expression to, as by gestures, facial aspects, or bodily posture

to cause (a disease) to pass to another or others

to interact with another or others in a meaningful fashion

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Communicating a vision communicates a target, a desired state, what we want the organization to become.
How does this same company communicate the reasons for terminating its employees?
To communicate powerfully and successfully in this post-literate and highly visual world, there are three umbrella terms you'll need to know: * Content * Structure * Footprint
In the past, the typical corporate manager, when confronted with any issue or problem, was able to turn to the appropriate page in a book of procedures and communicate a sharp, clear message: "Yes," "No," "These are the constraints," "This is what we may or may not do," The pressure for flexibility effectively throws the book of procedures into the trash and forces each manager to treat each problem afresh.
And the best communicators know instinctively that to communicate effectively you must bypass intellectual centers and tap into the deepest fears, hopes and emotions of your audience.
It may also communicate its findings to other business and professional organizations, federal and state government agencies, the U.S.
The Bureaucratic Theory of communication, much like the marketing approach, inundates recipients with an avalanche of information, but communicates without any attempt at novelty or perspective.
"A lot of it comes down to communication--how well the campus or school communicates with the students in advance," says Greg Peters, education program manager at HE "A lot of the time, students get new technology when they leave home for college, so by communicating [about the laptop program] long in advance, there's not likely to be much of a problem." Besides, he adds, an incoming student's older equipment often gets passed down to other members of the family.
Senior employees may be given a pin to signify the company's appreciation; after all, "thank you" is one of the most important phrases in the English language, and it communicates not only appreciation, but also gratitude.
THIRDLAW then communicates these Newton's third law force additions back to the "home" processors of the "other" particles and adds them to the forces there.
Black Speak communicates a "truth" by infusing its messages with the linguistic style that formulates and informs cultural identities and communities.
Clark's second example communicates the scale of both the wire and the energy requirements needed to manufacture it.
Conversely, when a full-fabric device communicates to a private loop, the upper 16 bits must be taken off.
The Confidentiality Privilege may be waived if a CPA communicates a tax advice document to the taxpayer-client and sends a copy to the latter's banker or financial adviser; the disclosure to a third party may cause the privilege to be waived.
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