Nov 8, 2016 - India's big bad loan problem

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Sometimes it's worth having pre-meetings with key stakeholders before your big meeting. Pre-meetings are essential for anyone looking to have a successful meeting about a contentious issue. They are opportunities for information gathering, coalition building, building trust and rapport with allies and potential detractors, and stress testing and refining your arguments and perspectives. That way, by the time the actual meeting happens, you have a well-thought-out set of justifications for your point of view. More best practices on pre-meetings here

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