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    What are the drivers of negotiation?

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    What is the significance of goal setting before a meeting? What could happen if this preparation is not done?

    What is the difference between a tactic and a strategy? Are both needed? If so, when?

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    The purpose of arranging a meeting is usually to strategize or remedy issues. Preparation prior to the meeting is key.

    The significance of goal setting before a meeting is critical. Goal setting can be as simple as creating an agenda or making personal notations for what you hope to accomplish through holding or attending a meeting. If preparation is not done prior to the meeting, a lot of vital information can be omitted and inaccurate information disseminated.

    Going into a meeting unprepared is unprofessional and unproductive. ...

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    This solution looks at factors implicated in negotiations, such as the role of setting goals prior to a meeting and the difference between a tactic and a strategy.