A hilarious 10 step guide by Guardian Global Development on how to do more than just survive donor meetings. We guarantee you'll be in splits at the end.

 

With these 10 ten tips, you can seem as smart as Ban Ki-Moon at a meeting. Photograph: Manan Vatsyayana/AFP/Getty Images

We have all been part of donor meetings. They go by different names – coordination, working group, knowledge sharing and budget. But rather than just surviving these meetings, here’s a handy guide for coming out of those meetings looking like someone who a) genuinely cares about the work they’re doing, and b) is a recognised thought leader among their peers. Gary Owen writing for the Guardian Development blog takes a lighter look at how to shine at these meetings.

Check out the full article here.

 

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Guardian Global Development

Guardian Global Development

The Guardian's award-winning global development site was launched in 2010 to provide special focus on the millennium development goals — the eight targets set in 2000 by the United Nations Millennium Declaration with the aim of improving the lives of the world's poorest people by 2015. The site, which hosts comment from a range of voices around the globe, alongside news, features, debate, data and student resources, is made possible by part-funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The site is editorially independent of any sponsorship.

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